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Report

Progress Report on the National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

ABSG progress report 2020

  1. Contents
  2. Section 1: Introduction
  3. Key governance documents

Key governance documents

A more definitive list of activity related to the National Strategy is set out in the Gambling Commission’s quarterly Implementation Updates3. These documents set out more detailed project-by-project progress updates. These explain the range of activity being delivered by multiple partners in support of the National Strategy4.

As such, this report is best read in conjunction with these updates. This report is not intended to be a definitive record of all activity delivered in relation to the National Strategy. Under the previous National Strategy, progress reports from this Board included a detailed list of projects in progress. With the change in responsibilities for publishing the National Strategy now resting with the Commission, these detailed governance documents are now also produced by the Commission. The role of the progress report is to highlight high-level successes, gaps and recommendations.

References

3 National Strategy – Progress Update, National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms, January 2020

4 The implementation update for Year 1 (and up to June 2010) is forthcoming and will be published on the National Strategy microsite – this follows a delay caused by COVID-19 which meant more time was needed to collect progress updates from partners.

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