To save you time, we have included here answers to some frequently asked contact-related questions about the EMCDDA.
Can you include a link to my website somewhere on emcdda.europa.eu? Can we trade links?
We regret that the EMCDDA cannot publish links to external websites and services on our website. Similarly, the EMCDDA cannot trade links with you. You are of course welcome to link to the EMCDDA website from your own website. We are also happy to receive links to websites, publications and other material, which you feel may be useful to share with us or of interest to our work (unfortunately in this case we cannot guarantee an individual response).
We would like to write content, articles or blog posts for your website — who should we talk to?
We regret that the EMCDDA does not make use of external writing services or accept unsolicited articles, reports or other similar material.
We offer a product or service we think the EMCDDA would be interested in. What procedure should we follow?
As a public institution, the EMCDDA follows a stringent process for the procurement of products and services and cannot enter into procurement agreements based on unsolicited contacts. Please see the Procurement section of our website for information on ongoing calls of interest and other procurement opportunities.
I want to work at the EMCDDA. Do you accept spontaneous job applications and to whom should I send my CV?
We regret that the EMCDDA does not accept spontaneous job applications, nor can we hold your CV or job application on file. All positions in the EMCDDA, including traineeships, are posted to the Jobs vacancies and recruitment information section of our website.
I'm a journalist and I'd like to schedule an interview with one of your experts. How can I do this?
We will be glad to assist you in any way we can. Please contact our Press officer by email at: press[a]emcdda.europa.eu or by phone at +(351) 211 21 02 00.
Can I reuse your data/content for my project, paper, publication?
As a general rule, the EMCDDA encourages the reuse of our content and data in your own work. Where possible, we try to publish source data alongside graphiics. Please note that this only applies for material to which the EMCDDA owns the copyright and in particular may not apply to photographic material used for illustrative purposes on our website or in our publications. For details and the most up-to-date information, we invite you to read the Copyright section of our Legal notice.