“This website has been produced
with the financial support of the Drug
Prevention and Information Programme
of the European Commission.

The contents of this publication
are the sole responsibility of
the EuroHRN and can in no way
be taken to reflect the views
of the European Commission”.

The European Harm Reduction Network (EuroHRN) has been recently formed by ten organisations with a shared interest in advocating for and sharing knowledge on harm reduction within Europe. It is made up of three sub-regional networks covering North, South and Eastern Europe and managed by a coordinator based at the International Harm Reduction Association in the UK.

A specialist project on drug user networking is coordinated by ASUD (French national drug user organisation) working in partnership with the International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD).

The 'Association Française de Réduction des Risques (AFR)' will organise the final conference of the current EuroHRN period in autumn 2011 in Marseille.

EuroHRN currently examines existing information and materials and consult with experts in order to map the coverage of harm reduction organisations, policies, services and resources in Europe.

EuroHRN is coordinated by the International Harm Reduction Association and is advised by a Steering Group of ten organisations who manage the development of the project.

The network was officially launched during the 21st International Harm Reduction Conference in Liverpool, Great Britain, 25 – 29 April 2010.

If you are interested to join or to get more information, please contact the coordinator of the network at IHRA (Great Britain), Maria Phelan at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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