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The intention of this brief is to provide globally relevant recommendations for best practices in harm reduction policy and programming while drawing attention to some of the main obstacles that hamper these efforts. Peer-based expertise is utilised to provide an insider inventory of best and worst practices. These peer-informed recommendations are relevant to and centred around the needs and priorities of fellow drug users working in and making use of these programmes and services across the globe.

Harm reduction best and worst practice in the time of COVID-19
Cheryl White, Russell Newcombe, International Network of People Who Use Drugs
Populations & Programmes
Resource Types
harm reduction, key populations, best practice, COVID-19, peer-informed