The IDUIT Brief Guide for People who Use Drug
Source: International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD)
November 1, 2017
This IDUIT Brief Guide was written for people or organizations of people who use drugs who want to work towards improving the health and upholding the rights of their community. This guide can help you check whether services are provided and advocacy work is carried out in line with evidence-informed UN recommendations and known preferences of people who use drugs. The IDUIT is an in-depth and comprehensive publication, and this brief guide highlights its key points. Some content in this brief guide is not addressed in the IDUIT but is informed by International User-Activists’ Views on Best Practice in Harm Reduction, which was completed in 2016 and gives an overview of the opinions and preferences of experts and activists from among the community of people who use drugs who participated in a series of consultations and interviews.