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Welcome to the first edition of the National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms e-newsletter.  

Since the launch of the Strategy, we have worked with partners and stakeholders across England, Scotland and Wales to shape its implementation and this newsletter will offer insights to keep you up to date on key developments. 

We hope you find it useful and informative.  

Implementation documents published 

In July we published the implementation documents - a map of actions and an implementation overview to help stakeholders navigate the key points.  

We want all stakeholders to review them, consider any gaps or duplications, and contribute further with actions they too will be taking which seek to reduce gambling harms. 

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Calling for collaboration on engaging people with lived experience 

The Strategy is built on placing the voice of consumers, especially those with lived experience of gambling harms, often referred to as ‘experts by experience’, right at the heart of implementation. 
 
We are calling for collaboration from individuals affected by gambling as well as those organisations who are experts at bringing in the voice of individuals with experience of harms. To look at this more closely we have published a discussion document on our website where you can register your interest to get involved.

 

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The Howard League’s Commission on Crime and Problem Gambling  

As the deadline for the Call for Written Evidence approaches, Lord Goldsmith QC, chair of the Commission on Crime and Problem Gambling, outlines the work of the Commission and highlights how to submit written evidence. 

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Gambling Research Exchange – Research to inform action 

The Gambling Research Exchange explain their role in supporting delivery of the National Strategy by applying their expertise in moving research into action, facilitating collaboration, and evaluating impacts.  

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