Correlation Network – 
European Network Social Inclusion & Health

The Correlation Network works and contributes to an increased quality of life for vulnerable and marginalized groups in Europe. We are committed to marginalised groups, such as drug users, sex workers, migrants, MSM and young people in risk situations as well as people living with HIV and AIDS and other communicable deseases.  We aim to improve the access to and the quality of medical and social services and work for a social Europe, in which marginal and vulnerable groups
have a permanent place with the same (human) rights then everyone else.



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The SIT is an advanced chat tool, which is easily accesible and affordable, also for smaller organisations without large bugdets for internet outreach.

The SIT can be used for multiple purposes, but is specifically developed by an expert group of the Correlation Network for organisations, working with marginalised or vulnerable persons, such as drug users, sex workers, MSM and young people at risk.






NPS Policy: Moving Forward
26 November 2015,Lisbon
Leading European experts, including researchers, practitioners and policy makers will meet at a Seminar in Lisbon on the 26th of November to discuss the latest developments in the field of New Psychoactive Substances (NPS).

The NPS in Europe project organises a training on new psychoactive substances (nps), 23 - 25 November 2015 in Lisbon, Portugal.
The training is aimed at service provider and peers, supporting NPS users in Europe. The course will give an overview of relevant NPS substances, identify current patterns and develop effective harm reduction service respons.

Information on harm reduction service provision ending in Montenegro

Harm reduction service provision ended in Montenegro on June 30th 2015 due to the fact that Montenegro is classified as upper- middle income country and as such is not eligible for further funding by Global Fund for Tuberculosis, AIDS and Malaria. The government of the country is not willing to sustain harm reduction services in contradiction of recommendations of it's own Ministry of health.





During the Hepatitis C and Drug Use Conference in Berlin 23 - 24 October, a declaration was launched  with 6 points for a better Hepatitis policy in Europe and abroad.
The declaration is initially signed by the Correlation Network, Harm Reduction International (HRI), the International Network of People Who Use Drugs (INPUD), the European Association of the Study of the Liver (EASL), the World Hepatitis Alliance, the European Harm Reduction Network (EuroHRN), the European Aids Treatment Group (EATG),  Aids Action Europe (AAE) and the HIV/AIDS Civil Society Forum.
The declaration will be presented to all governments and health ministries in the European region.
Sign the petition now at and share the link widely.
Download a copy of the manifesto here







Correlation projects