June 2016

We’re all too familiar with the revolving door to prison. Now it seems that prison culture is to be reformed from the top, with...

May 2016

There was plenty of expectation around UNGASS – result of a 20- year wait for a global drug policy summit meeting – with a...

April 2016 DDN

Thirty years after his graphic harm reduction campaigns burst onto the scene, Michael Linnell’s work still has the capacity to shock. Is it the...

March DDN 2016

Our speakers at Get the Picture, our ninth service user involvement conference, underlined how engagement was everything. You can read all about the event...

February 2016

In this month's issue of DDN... New report – new action? Over-50s are the focus of a new report on harmful drinking, with a new report...

December 2015

In this month's issue of DDN... What's in store? Continuing to deliver what has worked and overcoming the deficits will become increasingly challenging over the next...

November DDN 2015

In this month’s issue of DDN… ‘Talk of “harm reduction” is increasingly taboo – and completely absent from government communications.’ In the latest issue of DDN,...

DDN October 2015

In this month’s issue of DDN… 'Why use a less desirable product when a preferable one is usually available?’ In the October DDN, Adam Winstock explores the...

DDN September 2015

In this month’s issue of DDN… ‘How is it that a drug with the potential to halve a patient’s risk of dying ends up killing...

DDN July/August 2015

In this month’s issue of DDN… In this month's DDN, nutritionist Helen Sandwell looks at the risk of ‘pure, white and deadly’ sugar to people...