Australia ranks relatively highly in the new Global Policy Index. But that ranking flatters Australia’s harm reduction efforts.
AIVL calls on Parliament to allow for greater consultation before the PBS Bill 2021 is passed.
A short movie AIVL produced to tackle the subject of stigma in the workplace.
This World AIDS Day (1 December 2021), AIVL is honouring the work of all those who came before us.
Service user experiences of people living with hepatitis C exiting custodial settings.
Focuses on meth use and routes of transmission of blood borne viruses and sexually transmissible infections.
This resource provides key information on methamphetamine use in relation to BBVs and STIs.
Delivery of medication-assisted treatment of opioid dependence in response to COVID-19.
Aims to build capacity within aged care providers to respond to the unique needs of older people.
AIVL and Hepatitis Australia highlight international calls for NSPs in prisons, along with a greater focus on harm reduction initiatives.
The AIVL Peer Education Framework is a starting point for understanding our approach to peer education.
Contains the findings of a peer-based qualitative research study into the re-use of injecting equipment.
AIVL has expressed disappointment there is little evidence of new investment in the AOD, BBV and STI sectors in the 2019 Health Budget.
Be aware of some of the harms associated with using Lyrica with other drugs.
‘Hepatitis C and prison’ contains all you need to know now that hep C treatment is available in prisons.
All you need to know about new buprenorphine (Bupe) products – what they are and what’s available.
The Vein Care Guide helps people make informed decisions and reduce the risks of drug-related harms.
The AOD sector calls on governments to make permanent or expand on reforms introduced during the pandemic.
Leading drug and infectious disease organisations unite to discuss COVID-19 impact on hepatitis C elimination in Australia on World Hepatitis Day.
Hepatitis Australia/ AIVL joint project ‘The Juice’ is a dedicated resource for people who use performance and image enhancing drugs (PIEDs).
The HR23 conference will be held in Melbourne in partnership with AIVL and other harm reduction service providers.
AIVL is calling on governments to heed calls from the UN for an end to criminalisation on International Drug Users Day.
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 …
Find out about AIVL’s member organisations around Australia and what they do.
From 1 February 2018, medicines containing codeine will no longer be available without a prescription.
The Social Services Legislation Amendment (Drug Testing Trial) Bill 2019 seeks to introduce drug testing for welfare recipients.
AIVL has expressed frustration at the revival of Australian Government plans to impose drug testing on welfare recipients.
AIVL has developed a training module to provide education to people living with or at risk of hepatitis C.
AIVL has developed the ‘A Normal Day’ training module to improve comms between health professionals and people who use illicit drugs.
AIVL has welcomed additional investments in BBV, STIs and AOD initiatives flagged in tonight’s Federal Budget.
‘Hep C & You’ is a users’ guide to the latest information on treatment, testing and more.
Peer processes among injecting drug users – Indicators of best practice in peer based and mainstream organisations.
Designed to enhance understanding between people who use drugs and healthcare professionals.
Peak community organisations today welcomed the release of five new BBV and STI strategies by the Australian Government.
AIVL and Scarlet Alliance, Australian Sex Workers Association welcome the release of five new BBV and STI strategies.
AIVL wants to extend the opt-out period for the government’s ‘My Health Record’ by 12 months.
‘Being real’ provides a framework for drug user organisations to work with Aboriginal people who use drugs.
Find out where to obtain information on blood borne viruses and how to inject safely.
‘The Guide’ details the needs of people who inject drugs and practice considerations for service providers.
AIVL has welcomed the Victorian Government’s decision to trial a medically supervised injecting room in North Richmond.
CAHMA, The Connection and AIVL are hosting a community event to open CAHMA and The Connection’s new premises in Belconnen.
New report from AIVL looks at the needs of people living with Hepatitis C after leaving custodial settings in Australia.
AIVL has welcomed more funding for drug treatment in the Budget but is disappointed other harm reduction measures have missed out.
The report makes recommendations for improving hepatitis C treatment for people within or exiting custodial settings.
The Enhancing NSP Service Delivery project aims to strengthen Australia’s NSP system through a peer-led best practice framework.
This resource offers information to help people minimise risks and make safer choices regarding their liver.
Details the needs of People Living with hepatitis C as they are discharged from custody.
This National Statement is aimed at developing and establishing a set of national ethical standards.