Substance use among school students in Europe
This study looks at school students’ experience of, and perceptions about, a variety of substances including: tobacco, alcohol, illicit drugs, inhalants, pharmaceuticals and new psychoactive substances (NPS). Excessive internet use and online gaming and gambling are also covered. A total of 96 043 students were surveyed from 35 European countries.
New ESPAD results: teenage drinking and smoking down, but concerns posed by new drugs and new addictive behaviours
(14.09.2016) Smoking and drinking among 15–16-year-old school students are showing signs of decline, but there are concerns over challenges posed by new drugs and new addictive behaviours.
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- Third EMDAS graduation ceremony at the EMCDDA (23.09.2016)
- EMCDDA Director presents the European Drug Report 2016 to members of the Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) Committee of the European Parliament (08.09.2016)
- EMCDDA Director at German Bundestag hearing on new psychoactive substances (06.07.2016)
- Follow the EMCDDA delegation at UNGASS 2016 (18.04.2016)
- Director's speech: presentation of the EU Drug Markets Report, LIBE Committee, European Parliament, Brussels (07.04.2016)
- Speech by EMCDDA Director on the occasion of the launch of EU Drug Markets Report, Brussels (05.04.2016)
- Evaluation of the EU Drugs Strategy and Action Plan (2013–2016): public consultation (04.03.2016)
- Upcoming strategic analysis of the European drug market (01.03.2016)