WHRIN Interview - Canberra Australia

Publish Year : 2021
Publisher : WHRIN
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Description :

The mantra ‘Nothing about us without us’ speaks to the imperative of HIV service providers considering the needs of those served. Despite the increased risk of women who use drugs acquiring a blood borne virus and experiences of state and social forms of gender-based violence, there is a distinct lack of women focused harm reduction services. This interview highlights how the use of feminist theory frameworks with art and story telling expression have assisted with service engagement and empowerment. 

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