Drug Demand Reduction

Availability of science-based treatment improving, says 2021 World Drug Report

Around 275 million people used drugs worldwide in the last year, while over 36 million people suffered from drug use disorders, according to the 2021 World Drug Report, released today by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).

Journée Internationale contre l’abus et le trafic illicite des drogues: Des substances prohibées et stupéfiants incinérés.

Dans le cadre de la célébration de la 28ème journée internationale contre l’abus et le trafic illicite des drogues, le Ministre de la Sécurité et de la Protection Civile, le Gal de Brigade, El-Hadj Damehame YARK, a procédé le 28 juin dernier, à Lomé, à l’incinération des drogues et produits illicites saisis. Cette opération s’est déroulée en présence des membres des services techniques partenaires de lutte contre l’usage et la commercialisation des drogues et des stupéfiants, des organisations internationales et de la société civile.

Further Enhancing the Implementation of Quality Standards in Drug Demand Reduction Across Europe

The EU Strategy 2021-2025 puts further emphasis on QS and evidence-based interventions. Yet, the extent and ways in which QS are implemented in daily practices of drug prevention, treatment and harm reduction in the EU varies substantially. Some countries have successfully implemented QS. The general objective of this project is to enhance implementation of QS in drug prevention, treatment and harm reduction throughout the EU, with more services, organizations and countries applying QS in daily

Dame Carol Black's Independent Review of Drugs - Part 2

Online,

Collective Voice are delighted to welcome Dame Carol Black as the keynote speaker of our next webinar, presenting the findings from the second part of her Independent Review of Drugs.

Dame Carol's presentation will be followed by comments from Rosanna O'Connor, Interim Director, Health Improvement at Public Health England.

Dame Carol and Rosanna will then take questions.