Take My Yolks


Above from left: Nicki Killeen, HSE National Social Inclusion Office/Drugs.ie; Aidan Thompson, DJ and Promoter; Fionnuala Moran, Presenter RTÉ Pulse; Robbie Kitt, DJ and Musician; and Kasey Keating Brady, DJ and HSE Dental Nurse

This morning.

The Grand Social, Dublin.

With the night-time economy reopening, the HSE has launched a new drugs harm-reduction campaign, reminding people who choose to use drugs: ‘If You Go, Go Slow’. HSE Drugs.ie unveiled the campaign at a live panel event, which brought together the HSE, DJs and event industry representatives.

Also: if you are offered an experimental injection from a stranger, possibly in a tent, just say no.



Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

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10 thoughts on “Take My Yolks

  1. Zaccone

    Its still crazy how we don’t have blame free testing at festivals/gigs like in other countries. Such an easy, very effective, harm reduction measure. Let people find out exactly whats in their drugs, and how much of it.

  2. GiggidyGoo

    All clean living lads and lassies in that photo. The kind you’d love to bring home to your mammy.

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