Sėkmingai įvyko jau antroji kasmetinė diskusija "Naktinis gyvenimas saugiau"

Second Annual 'Naktinis Gyvenimas Saugiau' Event Highlights Harm Reduction Strategies

On May 31, 2024, the cultural venue "Utopija" in Vilnius hosted the second annual "Naktinis Gyvenimas Saugiau" event, a crucial discussion aimed at reducing the harm associated with psychoactive substance use in nightlife. Organized by plur.lt in collaboration with "Utopija", the event brought together key stakeholders, experts, and the community to address this pressing issue.

The event focused on several key objectives. It began with an introduction to the importance of reducing harm related to psychoactive substance use in nightlife, emphasizing the broad impact on individuals, communities, and society. The discussion provided context on why this topic is particularly relevant in today's socio-cultural environment and discussed recent trends that underscore the urgency of harm reduction.

The primary purpose of the discussion was to share insights, explore challenges and solutions, and promote collaboration. The event fostered an open and constructive dialogue between panelists and the audience, creating a platform for meaningful interaction. Distinguished panelists included representatives from the Police, Jauna Banga, Vilnius Night Bureau representative Emilija Gaidytė, artist Rūta Jankauskaitė, Member of the Seimas Morgana Daniele, and founder of "Pakilimas" Haroldas Liudvikas. The discussion was interactive, with the audience actively participating by asking questions and sharing their experiences.

Around 70 attendees joined the event, underscoring the community's interest and concern regarding the topic. The event's success was made possible by the collaborative efforts of plur.lt and "Utopija". Retas Razmas, CEO of plur.lt, commented on the event's impact: "Our goal is to create a safer nightlife environment where people are informed and supported. The insights shared today will help us move towards that vision. The positive response from the community highlights the need for continued dialogue and action."
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