Annual Reports

Annual reports on the drug situation in the Czech Republic were published in English language in the years 2001-2014. In the period 2015-2019, the annual reports are published only in Czech language. In April 2020, drug report for the year 2018 was published.

Information on the drug situation and on the gambling in the Czech Republic in English is available in the bulletin Focus (Zaostreno) and also in the Czech Republic country overview by the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.

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Drug situation in the Czech Republic in 2018

This publication was created as a collection of processed workbooks reported to EMCDDA in 2019 describing drug situation in the Czech Republic in 2018 and relevant part of 2019.

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Gambling in the Czech Republic

Gambling in the Czech Republic, Its Correlates and Consequences (Report; 2014).

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2013 Annual Report: The Czech Republic Drug Situation

ISBN 978-80-7440-110-7.

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2012 Annual Report: The Czech Republic Drug Situation

ISBN 978-80-7440-078-0.

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2011 Annual Report: The Czech Republic Drug Situation

ISBN 978-80-7440-069-8.

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2010 Annual Report: The Czech Republic Drug Situation

ISBN 978-80-7440-057-5.

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2009 Annual Report: The Czech Republic Drug Situation

ISBN 978-80-7440-035-3.

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2008 Annual Report: The Czech Republic Drug Situation

Annual report.

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2007 Annual Report: The Czech Republic Drug Situation

Annual report.

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2006 Annual Report: The Czech Republic Drug Situation

Annual report.

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2005 Annual Report: The Czech Republic Drug Situation

Annual report.

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2004 Annual Report: The Czech Republic Drug Situation

Annual report.

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2003 Annual Report: The Czech Republic Drug Situation

Annual report.

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2002 Annual Report: The Czech Republic Drug Situation

Annual report.

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2001 Annual Report: The Czech Republic Drug Situation

First Annual report on the drug situation in the Czech Republic, prepared for the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Addiction.

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