Our network is dependent on experienced and highly-skilled professionals collaborating to improve the health and wellbeing of people who use drugs. Researchers, practitioners, allied health, advocates, policymakers, and people with lived experiences have the opportunity to be involved across various levels of the organisation.
There are three core areas of governance that INHSU adheres to, in-line with its not-for-profit status.
Annual General Assembly Meetings
The General Assembly Meeting (GAM) is INHSU’s highest decision-making body and is the membership’s opportunity to review the work of the network and to vote on important matters. The GAM is held annually, usually during our annual conference each October.
The INHSU Statute is our primary governance document.
The annual report is released each year at the same time as our GAM and records all of our activities and results. You can access previous year’s reports below.