Young People and Injecting Drug Use in Selected Countries of Central and Eastern Europe

Young People and Injecting Drug Use in Selected Countries of Central and Eastern Europe

The report focuses on the situation in regards to drug injecting and drug related harms among people under 25 in 9 countries of the region and found that harm reduction services in the region fall back in the response to drugs among young people.
The key recommendations include a call for non-discriminative access to drug related services for all who need it, including young people.

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