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National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

Building capacity and momentum for the whole system approach to reduce gambling harms in Glasgow City to be informed by the voice of lived experience - first engagement session in July (the ALLIANCE, ScotPHN, people with lived experience)


May 2020

The programme supported the development and delivery of the Glasgow Gambling Harms Summit in September 2021, which brought together key stakeholders from across Scotland.

Key messages from Summit:

April 2021

The ALLIANCE have completed a significant piece of engagement to support ScotPHN's project to reduce gambling harm. The engagement consisted of a series of events, interviews and a survey to map what currently existed to support people experiencing gambling harm and outline key priorities to reduce gambling harm. Research conducted January and February 2021, report submitted March 2021.

November 2020

The ALLIANCE have completed engagement events and conversations with people with lived experience to establish lived experience forum and identify key priority areas for reducing gambling harm in Scotland.

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