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The National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms was launched in April 2019 and ran until April 2022. This page provides links to the archived content of the strategy.
Published: 12 December 2022
Last updated: 17 April 2023
This version was printed or saved on: 21 September 2023
Online version: https://www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk/about-us/guide/national-strategy-to-reduce-gambling-harms-archive
Overview: The National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms (the National Strategy) was launched in April 2019 and ran until April 2022. The Gambling Commission published this strategy following extensive engagement and input from a wide range of stakeholders with an interest in reducing gambling harms.
During the life of the National Strategy, we shared progress on projects, programmes and services delivered by the range of stakeholders involved in reducing gambling harms, in the form of an implementation actions map.
This guide provides links to the archived material that was published to support the National Strategy.
Our advisors, the Advisory Board for Safer Gambling published annual reports on progress with delivering the National Strategy. These annual reports can be found on the Advisory Board for Safer Gambling’s website.
The sole and critical aim of the National Strategy for 2019 to 2022 was to make better and faster progress to reduce gambling harms.
The National Strategy identified two collective strategic priorities:
Progress towards these strategic priorities would be delivered through four enablers:
We published the first implementation actions map in July 2019. From Year 2 of the National Strategy onwards, progress was shared via an online implementation actions map which is available to download in the file Implementation actions map and progress March 2022 (XLSX).
The following content was also published around the National Strategy to share information on progress:
The National Strategy newsletters can be accessed as follows: