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HSE launches View from the Booth video series

The Irish drug landscape has been changing for some time with more young people now using club drugs.

As drug use is now common place across a range of nightlife settings in Europe, it is important for us to develop new relationships and involve the nightlife community in heqlth and social responses in Ireland.

To initiate new safer nightlife projects, we have launched  the video series ‘View from the Booth’ to showcase Irish artist’s views on the current drug landscape from their position as DJs.

We wanted to capture the voices of well-known local artists to share their concerns and harm reduction advice as nightlife reopens in Ireland. Nightlife representatives play an important role in discussing the topic of drug use and health in a way that appeals to their community. The videos involve Aidan Thompson, Robbie Kitt and Kasey Keating Brady who touch on the topic of nightlife returning, reduced drug tolerance, mental health, peer influence and mixing drugs.

This video series was launched as part of the ‘If you go, go slow’ campaign which can be found here.

Watch ‘View from the Booth’ videos



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