Dans le cadre des Journées « Drogues, Genres, Villes » organisées à Bordeaux (Laboratoires PASSAGES et Centre Emile Durkheim, Projets DRUSEC et GONACI), nous lançons un Appel à Communications sur la deuxième thématique « Les genres des politiques urbaines de la drogue ».
Cecilia Comelli, Elora Fahlke
For the 13th session of the ISSDP conference, we would like to present a study we conducted as part of the Drug and Urban Security (Drusec) project, which was funded by the French National Research Agency (ANR) and the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) from 2017 to 2020. DRUSEC is a joint Franco-German social science research project that combines approaches from sociology, geography, public health, and substance abuse studies. Its aim is to study issues of public safety stemming from drug and alcohol use in public and semi-public spaces of French and German cities. It is a large-scale project anchored in multiple disciplines, various types of fieldwork, and different research models. For this presentation, we have decided to focus on an issue that a sociologist and a geographer from our team examined here in France: harm reduction in festive settings. Continue reading