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Half A Million Steps

CTC Documentary

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Synopsis

In October 2018, as part of the Fair Treatment campaign, 100 supporters walked the 500,000 steps from Dubbo to Sydney to highlight the distance a person in regional NSW may have to travel to reach the drug treatment they need.

 This Long Walk to Treatment has been made into a powerful documentary, Half a Million Steps, highlighting the personal stories behind the movement for a reform on drugs and the fair treatment of all people.

Join us for an exclusive release screening of Half a Million Steps and show your support for drug law reform in Australia.

Full trailer: http://www.fairtreatment.org/walk/

Release Date 22 June 2019
Running Time 1hr 30m
Rating CTC | Not yet classified

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