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This session will attempt to solicit a lively discourse on harm reduction services to minors. The aim is to re-examine the long-standing principles and worldviews of the participants involving the right of other adolescents (15-17) to access healthcare services that are life-saving and preventive in nature. It is hoped that this discussion will contribute to the debate on prohibitionism, which counters decriminalization of drug use. This is also intended to look at the nuances of drug use, specifically in the lens of HIV and other blood-borne virus control. Considering that in many countries, the age of drug use debut of young people is 16 years, the main question to be resolved in the debate is: Does an abstinence-only approach in drug use intervention among minors work?

10:30
Introduction and dividing the house
Renier Louie Bona
10:35
Situationer and introduction to the proposition
Jeffry Acaba
10:45
Affirmative points
Renier Louie Bona
10:50
Negative points
Vu Tran Dung
10:55
Moderated debate
11:30
Wrap up
Renier Louie Bona
11:35
Wrap up
Vu Tran Dung
11:40
Conclusion
Jeffry Acaba