Evaluation Form of Regional Harm Reduction Conference 2017

Dear Participant,

We hope that you have found of Regional Harm Reduction Conference 2017 to be informative and useful. Your opinion is important for us, in order to help us evaluate this event. Please, take a few minutes to answer the following questions and give us your comments.

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Remained the same234Extremely increased
Funding harm reduction in the new environment *
The role of harm reduction in social and medical care for people who use drugs in the new environment *
Harm reduction as a pathway to effective and humane drug policy *
Extremely useless234Extremely useful
Best practices and results of the Regional Program “Harm Reduction Works – Fund It” *
Funding harm reduction in the new environment *
The role of harm reduction in social and medical care for people who use drugs in the new environment *
Harm reduction as a pathway to effective and humane drug policy *
Attended
Day 1 Opening panel: 20 years of harm reduction networking in CEECA
Plenary session – What are the key factors for funding harm reduction in the new environment?
1.1 Harm reduction in prison settings
1.2 Mechanisms and models of governmental funding of harm reduction services in the CEECA region
1.3 Ensuring the sustainability of HR programs within the transition from donor to domestic funding
1.4 Regional Program “Harm Reduction Works – Fund it”: Best practices and impact
1.5 Is there life for harm reduction programs in the region without financial support from external donors?
1.6 Local funding and other support in achieving the sustainability of harm reduction programs
Day 2 Plenary session - The role of harm reduction in social and medical care for people who use drugs in the new environment
2.1 Integration of harm reduction services into national health/social systems as a way to ensure access of PWUD to HIV and Hepatitis C treatment
2.2 Ensuring quality of harm reduction services
2.3 Access to harm reduction services for youth
2.5 Processes and mechanisms of community mobilization in the region for advocacy
2.6 Integration of harm reduction services into national health/social systems as a way to insure access of PWUD to tuberculosis treatment
2.7 Harm reduction and social reintegration
2.9 Harm reduction and law enforcement in partnership
2.10 Behind the scenes of women’s activism: Women human rights defenders’ holistic approach to protection
2.11 What is able community to do? Experience of ENPUD
Day 3 New Narcotics in the New Environment
Plenary session - Harm reduction as a pathway to effective and humane drug policy
3.1 Human rights instruments to address discrimination against PWUD
3.2 Alternatives to punishment for drug-related offenses
3.3 Support, don’t punish: The role of Europe in moving international drug policies forward
Closing remarks
Liked the most
Day 1 Opening panel: 20 years of harm reduction networking in CEECA
Plenary session – What are the key factors for funding harm reduction in the new environment?
1.1 Harm reduction in prison settings
1.2 Mechanisms and models of governmental funding of harm reduction services in the CEECA region
1.3 Ensuring the sustainability of HR programs within the transition from donor to domestic funding
1.4 Regional Program “Harm Reduction Works – Fund it”: Best practices and impact
1.5 Is there life for harm reduction programs in the region without financial support from external donors?
1.6 Local funding and other support in achieving the sustainability of harm reduction programs
Day 2 Plenary session - The role of harm reduction in social and medical care for people who use drugs in the new environment
2.1 Integration of harm reduction services into national health/social systems as a way to ensure access of PWUD to HIV and Hepatitis C treatment
2.2 Ensuring quality of harm reduction services
2.3 Access to harm reduction services for youth
2.5 Processes and mechanisms of community mobilization in the region for advocacy
2.6 Integration of harm reduction services into national health/social systems as a way to insure access of PWUD to tuberculosis treatment
2.7 Harm reduction and social reintegration
2.9 Harm reduction and law enforcement in partnership
2.10 Behind the scenes of women’s activism: Women human rights defenders’ holistic approach to protection
2.11 What is able community to do? Experience of ENPUD
Day 3 New Narcotics in the New Environment
Plenary session - Harm reduction as a pathway to effective and humane drug policy
3.1 Human rights instruments to address discrimination against PWUD
3.2 Alternatives to punishment for drug-related offenses
3.3 Support, don’t punish: The role of Europe in moving international drug policies forward
Closing remarks