May issue

Learning curve Lessons from global harm reduction  AFTER A TURBULENT FEW WEEKS the election is finally over, with a hung parliament a certainty as we go to...

7th June issue

 Cloaking device Why prejudice is obscuring basic support THERE HAVE BEEN 14 MURDERS OF SEX WORKERS since the Ipswich cases four years ago. The cost of initiatives to...

15th February issue

 Too hot to handle? Why we have to take on the headline writers The issue of stigma is so familiar to the drug and alcohol field...

1st March issue

 We were right there! Respect and inclusivity were order of the day Welcome to our special issue, celebrating our recent DDN/Alliance service user involvement conference. Right here,...

29th March issue

Family fortunes Let’s not play roulette Despite family support being a central part of the current drug strategy, it has for years been poorly funded and sporadic....

July issue

 Inside learning Time for a critical look at our prisons  AT FIRST GLANCE you might wonder why we’ve devoted most of this issue to reports about...

April issue

 No patient game Tough talking on crime as the election draws near Election campaign sparring has brought tough talk on crime from the party leaders, ahead...

21st June issue

 Inspiration fix Don’t curb your enthusiasm!  THE ENTHUSIASM AT THE WELSH SERVICE USERS' CONFERENCE(page 12) was infectious and refreshing, particularly in this climate of real and impending...