Launch of new general population survey in Georgia

Today marks the launch of a new general population survey (GPS) in Georgia, under the EMCDDA4Georgia bilateral technical cooperation project (EMCDDA4GE). The survey is in line with one of the overall goals of the project: to increase the availability of national drug-related data and statistics in the health field. 16.02.2022 
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European Prevention Curriculum to be adapted to the Georgian context

This month, work will begin on translating the EMCDDA’s European Prevention Curriculum (EUPC) into Georgian and adapting it to the Georgian context. The activity is being run under the EMCDDA4Georgia bilateral technical cooperation project (EMCDDA4GE), which aims to enhance national responses to drug-related health and security threats. 04.02.2022 
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Eurobarometer survey: European citizens concerned about impact of drugs

This week, the European Commission published the results of the latest Eurobarometer survey on the impact of drugs on communities in the EU. Between 30 June and 10 July 2021, 25 713 people were surveyed (Europeans aged 15 and over) across 27 EU countries. The survey shows that over half (54%) of respondents think that drug use or dealing is a serious problem in their local area, with over a third (35%) of them perceiving an increase of drug-related problems in their local area over the past few years. 03.02.2022 
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