Organisation

Knowledge-Action-Change

Description

We focus on harm reduction as a key public health strategy. ‘Harm reduction’ refers to policies, regulations and actions that focus on reducing health risks, usually by providing safer forms of hazardous products or encouraging less risky behaviours, rather than solely focussing on eradication of products or behaviours. Harm reduction is a key public health strategy grounded in human rights. 

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Report

2 Oct 2018
289

This report maps the global, regional and national availability and use of safer nicotine products, the regulatory responses to these products, and the public health potential of tobacco harm reduction.

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