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National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

Facilitate a strategic policy roundtable to discuss common themes emanating from the research project and recommend national and local actions and publish a national learning resource based on the learning from this project. (Centre for Governance and Scrutiny)

Updates

April 2021

Following the Greater Manchester inquiry day we are compiling insights and actions for the publication of a national learning resource for scrutiny councillors to use in reviewing the topic of gambling harms. We plan on publishing this resource in the Autumn of 21 due to having to delay the facilitation of inquiry days with other local authorities following the recent coronavirus circumstances.

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