September 23, 2020
September 13, 2020
Ana Liffey Drug Project is now recruiting for Relief Workers in our Dublin service.
July 3, 2020
Watch the new video produced by the LSE International Drug Policy Unit. The video highlights how COVID-19 has, generally, amplified drug policies across the world – jurisdictions with punitive policies become more punitive; and jurisdictions with progressive policies become more progressive.
July 1, 2020
Dublin has outperformed even best-case scenarios for COVID-19 mortality among homeless and drug using populations, according to a new report released today (Wednesday 1 July).
The paper ‘Saving Lives in the time of COVID-19 – Case Study of Harm Reduction, Homelessness and Drug Use Dublin, Ireland’ reveals that a pragmatic and well-coordinated government response alongside housing provision and the expansion of harm reduction services, saved lives and ensured the protection of a vulnerable group.
April 28, 2020
A report published by Ana Liffey Drug Project today highlights the increase in use and availability of street tablets and an increase in the number of deaths and non-fatal overdoses involving benzodiazepines and other prescribable drugs in recent years in Ireland. It also notes changes in drugs markets, with purchasing online bringing significant regulatory challenges.