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National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

University student gambling harms reduction project working with universities from across Greater Manchester to improve awareness of and prevent gambling harms within the university population. (GMCA)

Updates

November 2020

Three of the four universities in Greater Manchester have completed training sessions to raise awareness and understanding of gambling harm, delivered in partnership with Beacon Counselling Trust (the fourth university is due to attend a session in November). This action will be followed up with further support on campuses and within universities to proactively raise awareness of gambling harm among students.

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