Eberhard Schatz - about Dutch consumption rooms

Eberhard Schatz is the head of an Amsterdam-based harm reduction NGO, AMOC, which operates a drop-in and consumption room for injecting drug users with foreign nationality.

According to the European Monitoring Centre on Drugs and Drug Addiction, consumption rooms can succesfully reduce drug related harms, especially drug overdoses and HIV infections. He is also a coordinator of a European Commission funded international network,

the CorrelationHe was interviewed by our activists at the International Conference on the Reduction of Drug Related Harms in Warsaw, 2007.

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