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National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

Pilot Project: Participatory Approach to Understand Information Pathways (Greo)


June 2022

In April 2022, Greo announced a funding call for the Information Pathways Project.

The aim of Greo’s Safer Gambling Information Project is to enhance the accessibility of safer gambling information among communities at risk of gambling harm. The focus community for the current call is military personnel and veterans.

The report prepared to inform the development of the pilot is linked below.

October 2021

Building on the recently published Prevention and Education review, Greo will be launching a participatory project to support specific communities who are at greater risk for gambling harms by extending understanding of information pathways. The first deliverable for this project is a needs assessment and gap analysis to be completed by December 31, 2021.

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