Select a country from the map or the (A–Z) list to view available data and resources by country.
Country situation summaries are written with the general reader in mind and provide short, mainly text-based analyses of national drug situations.
How are countries responding to the drug situation in the area of health and social interventions? Find out with these interactive maps and timeline.
Legal topic overviews examine the legal approach to particular area (personal possession, driving, cannabis, precursors, harm reduction, etc.) by country.
These interactive maps shows patterns of drug use throughout Europe. The data is broken down by type of drug and population.
What are countries in Europe doing to prevent illicit drug use? 'Prevention profiles' attempts to answer this question using interactive maps and data charts based on expert appraisals.
Key data on the drug situation for the country in question and covers areas including prevalence, problem drug use, infectious diseases, deaths, and much more.
Each treatment profile provides information on the national context, treatment registries and monitoring systems, treatment demand, availability of treatment services and references and resources.
This resource provides access to the current national strategies and action plans for each country as well as a brief description of recent and ongoing work in the area.
Each overview describes: the national context, references and resources, key responses for preventing and reducing drug-related infectious diseases, drug-related deaths and drug-related harms in recreational settings.
Legal profiles describe national drug-related legislation and include topics such as possession, trafficking, classification, prosecution, and more.
These data sheetsd examine how much countries spend on drug-related activities, if specific budgets allocated to drug policy documents, and drug-related expenditure over time.
National reports draw an overall picture of the drug phenomenon at national levels. The data is an important resource, among others for the compilation of the EMCDDA's Annual report.
Provides national drug-related research information in the following areas: main funding frameworks, research institutions, scientific journals, websites, main studies conducted and articles published.
The European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) is the reference point on drugs and drug addiction information in Europe. Inaugurated in Lisbon in 1995, it is one of the EU’s decentralised agencies. Read more >>
The EMCDDA is located at:
Praça Europa 1, Cais do Sodré
Tel. (351) 211 21 02 00
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Page last updated: Thursday, 19 June 2014