|Harm reduction in a socio-political context:
What’s in a name?
Nov. 17, 2008, Carleton University, Ottawa
The goal of this moderated discussion was to try to expand and illuminate the sometimes acrimonious harm reduction debate by applying a socio-political lens to the question.
- Walter Cavalieri, Founder, Canadian Harm Reduction Network
- Janet Bagnall, editorial writer and columnist, the Montreal Gazette
- Gail Czukar, Executive Vice-President, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, and
- Dr. Michael Orsini, Associate Professor, Political Studies, University of Ottawa
CCSA's Chief Executive Officer Michel Perron moderated the discussion. Dr. John Osborne, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Carleton University, provided introductory remarks.
The David Archibald Lecture Series was presented by CCSA in partnership with Carleton University
as one of a number of activities related to a Memorandum of Understanding
aimed at bridging the domains of addictions and academia.
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