2 edition of overview of the nature and extent of illicit drug use amongst the traveller community found in the catalog.
overview of the nature and extent of illicit drug use amongst the traveller community
Includes bibliographical references (p. 102-108).
|Statement||Jane Fountain (Centre for Ethnicity and Health, Faculty of Health, University of Central Lancashire).|
|Contributions||Ireland. National Advisory Committee on Drugs., University of Central Lancashire. Centre for Ethnicity and Health.|
|LC Classifications||HV5824.E85 F68 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||108 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||2007386086|
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Some Travellers were aware of 'drink problems' in their community, and reported that such problems were usually dealt with within the family. Can sex work ever be accepted as legitimate and valuable work? The threefold model accepts that demand prevention and supply prevention will never be completely effective, and if people are involved in risky activities, the damage they cause to themselves and society at large should be minimised. This increased the supply and demand for marijuana during this time period.
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The results are intended to inform the policy debate by providing data on drug use, problematic drug overview of the nature and extent of illicit drug use amongst the traveller community book, patterns of drug use, drug-related risk behaviours, the impact of drug use on the Traveller community, and gaps in service provision, thus highlighting the needs of Travellers for drug service planners, commissioners, and providers.
Research organisation the Burnet Institute completed the 'North Richmond Public Injecting Impact Study' in collaboration with the Yarra Drug and Health Forum, City of Yarra and North Richmond Community Health Centre and recommended hour access to sterile injecting equipment due to the ongoing "widespread, frequent and highly visible" nature of illicit drug use in the areas.
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The Travellers interviewed described some of the ways their community dealt with drug use, including home detoxification, avoiding drug-using friends, promising a priest not to use any more drugs and seeking treatment.
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Stigma and sex work. There is a total lack of statistical prevalence estimates of drug use and problematic drug use amongst the Traveller community in Ireland, and whilst Travellers are thought to be under-represented as drug service clients, the lack of ethnic monitoring by drug services means that the extent to which this under-representation occurs cannot be accurately ascertained.
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The report says federal, state and territory governments should only fund treatment services that are trying to make people permanently drug-free and priority should go to those that are more successful. These policies of tolerance fostered the growing power of drug cartels in the Mexican economy and have made drug traders wealthier.
This increased the supply and demand for marijuana during this time period. And testing can't distinguish between one off, irregular or regular use. Mapping the margins: Intersectionality, identity, politics, and violence against women of color. In 's Sydneythe most high-profile use of illicit drugs was focused around the Kings Cross area, whose reputation as a "red light district" attracted members of various international armed forces on leave from the Indochina Wars.
According to this report, it is estimated that there are 30, Travellers in Ireland and a further 15, in the UK. These are followed by cocaine and, to a lesser extent, ecstasy.
Co-author Professor Harvey Whiteford, from the University of Queensland, stated: "There is no doubt Australia has a culture, especially among our young people, which does not see the taking of illicit substances or binge drinking as particularly detrimental to the health.
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Entitled "Government Drug Policy Expenditure in Australia", the report also concluded that the harm reduction arm of overview of the nature and extent of illicit drug use amongst the traveller community book government's policy, with 2.
Prior to this time, drugs had been synonymous with Kings Cross and the neighboring suburb of Darlinghurst. I was assign to read this for chemistry class and write a book review, but I actually found it quite interesting.
The aims of the study were to: provide an overview of the nature and extent of illicit drug use amongst the Traveller community; identify patterns of problematic drug use and drug-related risk behaviours; and describe what interventions are needed to prevent and deal with the harmful health consequences of illicit drug use.
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This book moves beyond this single issue approach and locates illicit drug use in its wider context, with. Fountain J () An overview of the nature and extent of illicit drug use amongst the Traveller Community: an exploratory study.
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