National Drug Strategy
National Drug Strategy

Intergovernmental Committee on Drugs

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The Intergovernmental Committee on Drugs (IGCD) manages the ongoing work of the National Drug Strategy. The committee is a Commonwealth, state and territory government forum of senior officers who represent health and law enforcement agencies in each Australian jurisdiction and New Zealand, as well as representatives of the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. The committee provides policy advice to relevant ministers on drug-related matters, and is responsible for implementing policies and programs under the National Drug Strategy framework.

Annual Reports

Annual Stakeholder Forum


Intergovernmental Committee on Drugs National Stakeholder Meeting on Alcohol Related Violence and Harms - 19 November 2014 Canberra

Presentations

Presentations: Research and Evidence Base

The changing alcohol environment, the evidence base for the effectiveness of various interventions to reduce alcohol related violence and harm and the Newcastle experience. What's happening with Alcohol - Professor Steve Allsop, National Drug Research Institute (PPTX KB)
What's happening with Alcohol - Professor Steve Allsop, National Drug Research Institute (PDF 698 KB)

Pub closing times and assault: Lessons from Newcastle and the World for Australia - Professor Kypros (PPTX 3818 KB)
Pub closing times and assault: Lessons from Newcastle and the World for Australia - Professor Kypros (PDF 1051 KB)

What works to reduce alcohol-related violence - Associate Professor Peter Miller, Deakin University (PPTX 3925 KB)
What works to reduce alcohol-related violence - Associate Professor Peter Miller, Deakin University (PDF 451 KB)


Presentations from the Sector: Perspectives, Experiences and Possible Solutions

Emergency Department - Mr Jack de Groot, St Vincent's Health Australia (PPTX 155 KB)
Emergency Department - Mr Jack de Groot, St Vincent's Health Australia (PDF 94 KB)

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Impacts and Responses - Professor Kate Conigrave, University of Sydney (PPTX 10578 KB)
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Impacts and Responses - Professor Kate Conigrave, University of Sydney (PDF 1768 KB)

IGCD Alcohol Stakeholders - Micheil Brodie, NSW Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority (PPTX 430 KB)
IGCD Alcohol Stakeholders - Micheil Brodie, NSW Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority (PDF 786 KB)

Street Violence - Mr Neil Davis, Sammy D Foundation/Stop the Punch Collective (PPTX 1827 KB)
Street Violence - Mr Neil Davis, Sammy D Foundation/ Stop the Punch Collective (PDF 7713 KB)


Attendees

Registered Participant List (Excel 13 KB)
Registered Participant List (PDF 84 KB)

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