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Welcome 5 th Annual ACT ATOD Sector Conference Integration and Implementation: ATOD Research, Policy Welcome 5 th Annual ACT ATOD Sector Conference Integration and Implementation: ATOD Research, Policy and Practice Tuesday 19 June 2012 National Portrait Gallery of Australia

ATODA & DAWPG ATODA is the peak body representing the non-government and government ATOD ATODA & DAWPG ATODA is the peak body representing the non-government and government ATOD sector in the ACT. ATODA had its 2 nd birthday last Friday! Drug Action Week Planning Group • Organised 40+ events this year • Launch at the ACT Legislative Assembly • Promotion and coordination (calendar of events, etc) • This conference And much more!

Drug Action Week A national week of activities held to raise awareness about alcohol, Drug Action Week A national week of activities held to raise awareness about alcohol, tobacco and other drug issues in Australia and is an initiative of the Alcohol and Other Drugs Council of Australia (ADCA) – the national peak. Highlights the achievements of the committed individuals within the ATOD sector collaborating to reduce alcohol, tobacco and other drug-related harm – including workers, consumers and carers. +40 plus events across the ACT

About the conference * * * * Annual event, part of Drug Action Week About the conference * * * * Annual event, part of Drug Action Week Lead by the Drug Action Week Planning Group, supported by the ACT ATOD CEOs & Workers Groups Un-funded, cost-recovery, organised in-house Chance to get together and learn together Forge and share ideas Participatory – lots of discussions Support access to the evidence & support evidenceinformed policy and practice Opportunity some sector members may not often get

Agenda & housekeeping Mobile phone to silent / S 1&2: Opening & Reflections on Agenda & housekeeping Mobile phone to silent / S 1&2: Opening & Reflections on where vibrate please we have come Toilets in the hall Morning tea: 10: 30 am S 3: Learning from the past to inform the present Lunch and posters: 12: 30 pm Showbags: S 4: Operating in ambiguities: case studies program, water, pen, Afternoon tea: 2: 45 Drug Action Week calendar, program, S 5: Learning from experience: drug laws evaluation form, Close: 5 pm resources Need anything? Look for the people with their hands up now!

Vienna Declaration “The criminalisation of illicit drug users is fuelling the HIV epidemic and Vienna Declaration “The criminalisation of illicit drug users is fuelling the HIV epidemic and has resulted in overwhelmingly negative health and social consequences. A full policy reorientation is needed. ” If you endorse the declaration (as an individual or an organisation), then jump on line at www. viennadeclaration. com

Opening session Session 1 9 am – 9: 30 am Opening session Session 1 9 am – 9: 30 am

Mrs Agnes Shea OAM Ngunnawal Elder Welcome to Country Mrs Agnes Shea OAM Ngunnawal Elder Welcome to Country

Professor Rachel Davey Conference Facilitator Opening Address Professor Rachel Davey Conference Facilitator Opening Address

Where have we come from? Reflections over 20 years Session 2 9: 30 am Where have we come from? Reflections over 20 years Session 2 9: 30 am – 10: 30 am

Dr Phyll Dance Australian National University Dr Phyll Dance Australian National University

Dr Michael Tedeschi Alcohol and Drug Services Health Directorate, ACT Government Dr Michael Tedeschi Alcohol and Drug Services Health Directorate, ACT Government

Ms Jude Byrne Australian Illicit and Injecting Drug Users League (AIVL) Ms Jude Byrne Australian Illicit and Injecting Drug Users League (AIVL)

A/Prof Lynne Magor-Blatch University of Canberra A/Prof Lynne Magor-Blatch University of Canberra

Discussion Discussion

Morning Tea Please be back by 10: 55 am Morning Tea Please be back by 10: 55 am

Learning from the Past to inform the Present: Obstacles and Opportunities Session 3 11 Learning from the Past to inform the Present: Obstacles and Opportunities Session 3 11 am – 12: 30 pm

A/Prof John Fitzgerald University of Melbourne A/Prof John Fitzgerald University of Melbourne

Dr Alex Wodak Drug and Alcohol Service St Vincent’s Hospital Dr Alex Wodak Drug and Alcohol Service St Vincent’s Hospital

Discussion Discussion

Afternoons with Max Marshall Film Screening Afternoons with Max Marshall Film Screening

Lunch & Posters Please be back by 1: 10 pm Lunch & Posters Please be back by 1: 10 pm

Operating in ambiguities Session 4 1: 15 – 2: 45 Operating in ambiguities Session 4 1: 15 – 2: 45

Dr Monica Barratt Curtin University Dr Monica Barratt Curtin University

Mr Siosiua Lafitani Tofua'ipangai Pacific Islander Community Leader, Australian Catholic University & Australian Kava Mr Siosiua Lafitani Tofua'ipangai Pacific Islander Community Leader, Australian Catholic University & Australian Kava Movement

Ms Carrie Fowlie Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Association ACT Ms Carrie Fowlie Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Association ACT

Discussion Discussion

Afternoon Tea Please be back by 3: 10 pm Afternoon Tea Please be back by 3: 10 pm

Learning from experience Session 5 3: 15 pm – 4: 45 pm Learning from experience Session 5 3: 15 pm – 4: 45 pm

Mr David Ridley & Ms Clare Mc. Gettrick ACT Policing Mr David Ridley & Ms Clare Mc. Gettrick ACT Policing

Dr Caitlin Hughes Drug Policy Modelling Program National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre Dr Caitlin Hughes Drug Policy Modelling Program National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre

Professor Robin Room Turning Point Drug and Alcohol Centre & University of Melbourne Professor Robin Room Turning Point Drug and Alcohol Centre & University of Melbourne

Discussion Discussion

In closing… Please complete your evaluation forms and leave in the box at the In closing… Please complete your evaluation forms and leave in the box at the door

Start thinking… * Nominating someone for the awards in Dec * Contributing to the Start thinking… * Nominating someone for the awards in Dec * Contributing to the next ACT Budget submission * About how you may want to get involved. . .

Thank you! To all the presenters, organisers, participants and supporters! See you all next Thank you! To all the presenters, organisers, participants and supporters! See you all next year!

Thank you 5 th Annual ACT ATOD Sector Conference Integration and Implementation: ATOD Research, Thank you 5 th Annual ACT ATOD Sector Conference Integration and Implementation: ATOD Research, Policy and Practice Tuesday 19 June 2012 National Portrait Gallery of Australia