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[IWS] EMCDDA: EUROPEAN DRUG REPORT 2014: TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS [27 May 2014]

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European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA)

 

EUROPEAN DRUG REPORT 2014: TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS [27 May 2014]

http://www.emcdda.europa.eu/publications/edr/trends-developments/2014

or

http://www.emcdda.europa.eu/attachements.cfm/att_228272_EN_TDAT14001ENN.pdf

[full-text, 88 pages]

 

Summary:

How many new drugs were detected in Europe over the last year? Is cannabis getting stronger? How many Europeans have ever used an illicit drug? What are the latest drug policy developments in the region? These are just some of the questions explored in the European Drug Report: Trends and developments. This report provides a top-level overview of the long-term drug-related trends and developments at European level, while homing in on emerging problems in specific countries. Such a perspective is valuable, as it allows differing national experiences to be understood within the broader European context

 

Table of contents

##Preface

##Introductory note and acknowledgements

##Summary: Charting the public health impact of drugs in a changing European market

##Chapter 1: Drug supply

##Chapter 2: Drug use and drug-related problems

##Chapter 3: Health and social responses to drug problems

##Chapter 4: Drug policies

##Annex: National data tables

 

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