Replacing “believing” with evidence: A first look at the impact of W3

Over the past two years, peer-led and community-based organisations across Australia have been busy piloting the W3 Framework and tools at programmatic and organisational levels, and in some cases, at system-level and in their relationships with funders.

This extended period of piloting and implementation signalled the need for an interim analysis on how organisations are using the W3 Framework and what impact this is having in their organisation.

The W3 Project Team is excited to release the What Works and Why (W3) Project: Impact Analysis which explores the way that peer-led and community-based organisations are using and adapting the W3 Framework.

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Peers, Drugs and Politics: Role of peer insights in harm reduction

W3 at the SiREN Symposium

W3 presented at the 2016 SiREN symposium – a showcase of innovations in research and responses to sexually transmitted infections and blood-borne viruses in WA.  You can watch the W3 presentation here:

Peers, Drugs and Politics: Role of peer insights in harm reduction programs and policies for people who use drugs

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