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MSIC: 21 Years Of Saving Lives

In News by Jake Docker

AIVL has raised concerns about the statutory price reduction of slow-release buprenorphine and the potential impact this may have on people who choose MATOD treatment for Opioid Dependence.

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Inside Out 2.0

In AIVL Resources by Jake Docker

Inside Out 2.0 focuses on management of HCV within and outside of prisons. The resource is dedicated to all people in, transitioning through or recently released from prisons as there continues to be a high risk for people in custodial settings of acquiring various BBVs, particularly HCV.

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INSIDE OUT 2022

In News by Jake Docker

AIVL’s new resource ‘Inside Out V2’ is an updated version of two past AIVL resources, ‘Getting Smart on the Inside’ from 2003 and ‘Inside Out’ from 2009. ‘Getting Smart on the Inside’ functioned as a monthly calendar containing various information relevant to drug harm reduction for people who inject drugs (PWID).

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AIVL at Mardi Gras 2022

In News by Jake Docker

AIVL’s First Mardi Gras 2022 People Who Use Drugs (PWUD), experience stigma and discrimination which creates significant barriers preventing them from accessing the same health and human rights as others in the community. Mardi Gras gave us an opportunity to shine a spotlight on issues that have been kept in the dark for far too long and generate a broader …

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Podcast

In Podcasts by AIVL

AIVL Podcasts showcase the work of our member organisations by interviewing peer workers about their roles and the work they do.  The podcasts provide a unique insight into the individual perspectives of peer workers in AIVL member organisations across the country, as well as providing information on particular projects and activities of relevance to the work of AIVL’s National Peer …