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Citizens Assembly on Drugs

"I grew up in a family where addiction was the central piece of my life. Both of my parents where intravenous heroin addicts"

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15.28 25 Feb 2022


Citizens Assembly on Drugs


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15.28 25 Feb 2022


A citizens’ assembly on drug use has been pushed back until 2023. Campaigners are calling for it to happen this year as was originally planned. Campaigner Dr. Katriona O’Sullivan, Lecturer in Maynooth University, tells Andrea "I grew up in a family where addiction was the central piece of my life. Both of my parents where intravenous heroin addicts, I had a really traumatic childhood because of that, it harmed my and my brother & sister"

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