Drugs campaign

26th July 1996 at 01:00
(Photograph) - The latest interactive technology is to be used by the Scotland Against Drugs campaign to link all secondaries with a Scottish Television programme on November 7.

Selected groups of pupils in each school will be able to respond to questions about drugs by using a remote control panel to feed answers back to the studio in Glasgow.

David Whitton, a spokesman for the campaign, said the programme would be asking about attitudes to drugs, how available they are and pupils' own experiences.

The campaign is seeking to create a National Youth Forum on drugs and has written to directors of education seeking their co-operation. Its leaders are currently touring Scotland with a series of roadshows aimed at drugs counsellors.

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