Responding to ‘Spice’: Developing an integrated response

09:15 to 16:30, Friday, 14 July 2017

The aim of the event is to develop an integrated strategy to reduce use and a range of harms and impact that the use of synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonists (more commonly referred to as ‘Spice’) are currently causing to users and front line services and in our prisons and city centres. This includes developing ways to reduce the stigma and impact to users and communities.

The collaborative event is organised by Manchester Metropolitan Universities policy think tank MetroPolis and drug policy think tank Volteface as part of the Manchester Metropolitan’s Chancellor’s Fellowship, with the support, consultation and participation of Manchester City Council’s Community Safety Partnership and Public Health Team; Greater Manchester Combined Authority Public Service Reform Team and the Greater Manchester Mayor’s office.

This event is invite only. If you would like to attend, please contact mcrmetropolis@mmu.ac.uk with your name and organisation.

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