Icelandic Youth: What the UK can learn from the ‘Youth In Iceland’ model

by Paul North


Today, Volteface launches a mini-report examining the lessons the UK can learn from ‘Youth in Iceland’.

Outlining the Icelandic model and how it transformed substance misuse among adolescents, the report examines how unique relationships were created in the Scandinavian nation between young people, parents, schools, academia and the state.

While the UK and Iceland differ in many ways, the report highlights specific areas of the ‘Youth In Iceland’ model which could be adopted here. The report explores the regulation of cannabis, not only as a way to help restrict access to young people, but to fund an innovative research model of substance misuse prevention.

Click here to download a free PDF copy of the report.

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