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Barriers to recovery: Stigma & discrimination
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Publish-date-icon April 7, 2013
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Aotearoa New Zealand 2011 Drug Policy Symposium: Through the maze

Associate Professor Julian Buchanan argues that the bifurcation between legally approved drugs for pleasure and the tough enforcement against illicit drugs for pleasure produces personal, cultural and structural stigma and discrimination for illicit drug users that makes recovery from dependent use difficult and relapse more likely.

To follow the slides at the same time click here:
http://prezi.com/p3fuglzqymmg/barriers-to-recovery-stigma-discrimination/

To listen to this podcast and others from the Symposium:
http://www.drugfoundation.org.nz/through-the-maze/podcasts

To watch the video
http://sco.lt/8He1JJ

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