As Gladys Berejiklian doubles down on her stance towards illicit medication and music festivals, former AFP commissioner, Mick Palmer has made his stance for hurt minimisation heard.
Palmer has come out firing on the authorities and Premier specifically saying “My thoughts boggles on the thought authorities shouldn’t be even ready to begin a trial of capsule testing. Clearly she and different state premiers opposing the thought don’t have the braveness to say what we’ve received now shouldn’t be working.”
He’s joined drug regulation reform campaigner Matt Noffs to begin a drug hurt minimisation initiative referred to as ‘Take Control’ which is able to look to be a nationwide marketing campaign focussing on concepts that cut back and minimise hurt, comparable to capsule testing at festivals.
The plan may also look to finish legal costs for minor possession of medication, growing the variety of therapy centres and making higher contact providers for youth in deprived areas.
These concepts all appear fairly good to us, so take a look at extra concerning the initiative and inform us what you suppose. Is this a greater method to method the difficulty?