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Unharm - Queer Contingent


People always have and always will use drugs. Unharm is a grassroots organisation campaigning to make drug use as positive, ethical and safe as can be.

Campaigning with allies in the movement, our contribution is to show that drug use is common, and mostly a positive experience, and that people who use drugs are valuable members of our society who, like others, should be respected, not discriminated against or stigmatised.

Unharm runs reactive campaigns against policies that stigmatise and discriminate against people who use drugs, and proactive campaigns for policy and cultures that promote equity and wellbeing.

Unharm also organises community events to help generate a sense of collectivity among people who want to end stigma and discrimination against people who use drugs.

Unharm Queer Contingent

The Unharm Queer contingent is a subgroup formed to address some of the specific ways that drug use is different in queer communities.  We organise community events to promote discussion about drug issues, experiences, and policy developments for LGBTIQ people and their allies.  We have had film screenings and are currently running a series for community forums and an annual party called UNDEAD to engage with our community. 

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