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A complex web of laws, regulations and policies affect the lives and the health of people who are marginalized as a result of homelessness, substance use, or engagement in sex work.  Federal laws often get the most attention, but municipal bylaws and local law enforcement practices also have the potential to increase stigma and restrict the delivery of harm reduction programs, emergency shelter, and other services for marginalized people. As part of Project Inclusion, we are reaching out to communities throughout BC to explore ways to reduce overdose deaths, increase access to HIV and HCV prevention and treatment services, protect people who are homeless, and uphold human right at the local level.

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