New report highlights wide-ranging impacts of EU drug markets on health and security

2019 EU Drug Markets Report from The EMCDDA and Europol 21.11.2019  Europeans are spending at least EUR 30 billion on drugs each year at retail level, making the drug market a major source of income for organised crime groups in the European Union. This figure is announced today in the 2019 EU Drug Markets Report, released by the EU drugs agency (EMCDDA) and Europol (1).
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Coming soon: 2019 EU Drug Markets Report from the EMCDDA and Europol

Latest strategic analysis of the European Drug Market 18.11.2019  Drug trafficking is a highly profitable commercial activity and remains a core business for organised crime groups across Europe today. Understanding the reality of the European drug market requires a holistic approach, following the supply chain from production and trafficking to distribution and sales.
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EU Agencies join 10-year anniversary of EU’s Fundamental Rights Charter

The nine EU Justice and Home Affairs Agencies are marking the 10-year anniversary of the EU’s Charter of Fundamental Rights by pledging to continue to respect and promote fundamental rights throughout the work. 'The European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction contributes to a healthier and more secure Europe by enabling better informed decisions and actions on drugs. Protecting fundamental rights is a priority for our work and all our activities are underpinned by the principles embodied in the Charter.' 12.11.2019 
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