Outpatient Alcohol Withdrawal Management: A Tool for Global Practice Settings
An overview of global homelessness and strategies for systemic change
The Institute of Global Homelessness (IGH) drives a global movement to end street homelessness. Their vision is a world where everyone has a home that offers security, safety, autonomy, and opportunity.
Global Drug Survey 2020
Global Drug Survey (GDS) runs the world’s largest survey.
GDS believes that the expertise and experience of people who use alcohol and other drugs can be used to inform the creation of better drug policy.
The GDS 2020 includes data from over 110,000 people from > 25 countries.
GDS2020 ran between Nov 7th– Dec 30th 2019
Global Synthetic Drugs Assessment 2020
The Global Synthetic Drugs Assessment 2020 provides an analysis of the global synthetic drugs market.
Global Drug Survey 2021
The NGO Marketplace is a joint project of the UNODC Civil Society Team and the Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs and was first launched in 2016.
National, Regional, and Global Burdens of Disease from 2000 to 2016 Attributable to Alcohol Use: A Comparative Risk Assessment Study
Open Access article
Alcohol use has increased globally, with varying trends in different parts of the world. This study investigates gender, age, and geographical differences in the alcohol-attributable burden of disease from 2000 to 2016.
Global Festival of Action
The SDG Global Festival of Action is a ground-breaking annual event, designed by and for the SDG Action community and powered by the UN SDG Action Campaign with the support of the German BMZ, the German Federal Foreign Office and other partners with the overall aim of inspiring action for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Associations between National Development Indicators and the Age Profile of People who Inject Drugs: Results from a Global Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Abstract: Background Globally, an estimated 15·6 million people inject drugs. We aimed to investigate global variation in the age profile of people who inject drugs (PWID), identify country-level factors associated with age of PWID, and assess the association between injecting drug use (IDU) in young people and rates of injecting and sexual risk behaviours at the country level.