Prisons and drugs in Europe: the problem and responses

Pregnancy, childcare and the family: key issues for Europe’s response to drugs

Mortality related to drug use in Europe

Cost and financing of drug treatment services in Europe

Guidelines for the treatment of drug dependence: a European perspective

Problem amphetamine and methamphetamine use in Europe

Treatment and care for older drug users

Trends in injecting drug use in Europe

Polydrug use: patterns and responses

Drug offences: sentencing and other outcomes

National drug-related research in Europe

Towards a better understanding of drug-related public expenditure in Europe

Drugs and vulnerable groups of young people

Cocaine and crack cocaine: a growing public health issue

Drugs and driving

Drug use and related problems among very young people (under 15 years old)

Developments in drug use within recreational settings

European drug policies: extended beyond illicit drugs?

A gender perspective on drug use and responding to drug problems

Alternatives to imprisonment — targeting offending problem drug users in the EU

Drug-related public nuisance — trends in policy and preventive measures

Buprenorphine — treatment, misuse and prescription practices


Cannabis problems in context: understanding the increase in European treatment demands

Evaluation of ‘national drug strategies’ in Europe

Public expenditure in the area of drug-demand reduction

Drug and alcohol use among young people

Social exclusion and reintegration

Successful treatment

Polydrug use

Drug use in prison

Infectious diseases

Synthetic drugs

Cocaine and ‘base/crack’ cocaine

Prosecution of drug-related offences

Substitution treatment

Problems facing women drug users and their children