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).
UNODC world drug reports
For the first time since its conception, this year the World Drug Report consists of two products, a web-based element and a set of booklets.
Continued record illicit drug supply and increasingly agile trafficking networks are compounding intersecting global crises and challenging health services and law enforcement responses, according to the World Drug Report 2023 launched by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) today.
ISSUP are pleased to present our Webinar on highlights from the 2023 edition of the UNODC World Drug Report.
Join our upcoming Webinar presenting highlights from the 2023 edition of the UNODC World Drug Report.
The Global Report on Cocaine 2023 details how coca cultivation soared 35 per cent from 2020 to 2021, a record high and the sharpest year-to-year increase since 2016.
The 2022 World Drug Report provides a global overview of the supply and demand of opiates, cocaine, cannabis, amphetamine-type stimulants and new psychoactive substances (NPS), as well as their impact on health.
2022 Report released by UNODC highlights trends on cannabis post-legalization, environmental impacts of illicit drugs, and drug use among women and youth
This report contains a summary of the information available to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) on the extent of drug use and its health consequences. The report includes information on: Emerging drig trends Challenges...