This EMCDDA Document library give you access to a wide variety of documents related to the agency, or used by it in its work including: publications by international and national organisations, scientific articles by EMCDDA staff, material published by other institutions of the European Union, source material used by the agency when analysing the drug situation in Europe.
Note: if you are looking for publications by the EMCDDA, please see our Publications database.
Responding to drug-related problems among migrants, refugees and ethnic minorities in Europe
Migration has had an increasing impact on European policymaking over the past decade, in the wake of what has been called the ‘refugee migration peak’. In addition to an influx of refugees, European countries have experienced relatively new intra-European migration flows, while health and social...
Working Arrangement between the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction and the Ministry of Justice of Georgia
This is a copy of the working arrangement between the EMCDDA and Georgia, signed in September 2022. This working arrangement will allow for knowledge transfer and capacity-building in the areas of drug monitoring and reporting and for the exchange of experience on health and social responses to...
Cannabis and driving fact sheets: The International Council on Alcohol, Drugs & Traffic Safety (ICADTS)
This series of fact sheets on the topic of cannabis and driving aims to to review the scientific evidence on cannabis and driving to provide objective information and inform the development of legislation to manage cannabis-impaired driving. The International Council on Alcohol, Drugs & Traffic...
Report on Web Survey on drugs in North Macedonia
The report brings the results of the Web Survey on Drugs conducted by the Ministry of Health of Macedonia during the pandemic. The web research was a useful tool for gathering information about patterns of drug use from a wider range of people who use illicit drugs.
EMCDDA Personal Data Protection Record on the ESCAPE platform (DPO-049)
All EU institutions have the legal obligation to keep a central register of records of activities processing personal data (Article 31 of Regulation 2018/1725). For more information or to see more EMCDDA personal data protection records, please visit the EMCDDA data protection records page.
Environmental prevention: why do we need it now and how to advance it?
Environmental substance use prevention is an emerging approach that could overcome the limitations of traditional prevention as well as health promotion. Yet, questions of theory, practice and evaluation are to be addressed, as outlined here.