Dave Murray of VANDU (Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users) and the NAOMI Patients Association (NPA) speaks on the positive outcomes shown in studies of heroin-assisted treatment around the world.
Ann Livingston explains the logical reasoning behind the supreme court ruling to keep Insite open. In plain language and quoting from Justice Ian Pitfield's decision. Find out more here: http://www.communityinsite.ca/legal.html
Ann Livingston of VANDU.org speaking at the BC/Yukon Assc of Drug War Survivors AGM January 20th 2013 in Vancouver BC. On social determinants of health, drug user groups, VANDU's drug user manifesto, Justice Ian Pitfield's supreme court decision to keep Insite open, and other topics related to harm reduction.
VANDU's executive director Marion Allaart talking about the NAOMI Patients Association and the tragic situation of patients of the NAOMI and SALOME studies who have and will benefit from the program.
VANDU speaker Vivienne Bessette talking about the past year's work of the BC Association of People On Methadone.
Sheila and Sid from the Kelowna Area Network of Drug Users speak at the BC/Yukon Assc of Drug War Survivors AGM in Vancouver about the closure of Crossroads treatment centre and the fight to save it.
Alex Sherstobitoff, board member of the BC/Yukon Association of Drug War Survivors speaks at the BCYADWS AGM 2013.
Mona Rosengren of the Rural Empowered Drug Users Network speaks at BC/Yukon Assc of Drug War Survivors