The Centre for Research and Information on Substance Abuse (CRISA) is the main organiser of the National Symposium on Drug Abuse and Drug Control in Nigeria.
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June 26 is the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking. Health is the ongoing theme of the world drug campaign.
The Illicit Drug Data Report provides a statistical overview of illicit drug arrests and seizures as well as profiling the current situation, national impact and the emerging trends and threats of illicit drugs in Australia.
Drug Action Week (DAW) 2013 is an initiative of the Alcohol and other Drugs Council of Australia (ADCA) that aims to raise awareness about alcohol and other drugs issues in Australia.
This paper summarises data for the problem use of amphetamines, cannabis, cocaine, and opioids.
This video shows some of the results of the Global Drug Survey for Australia. It proves that Australians are drinking like fish, with alcohol taking out the top spot as the most commonly used drug.
This report examines health and well-being of young Australians. Some of the factors examined include alcohol, tobacco and illicit drug use.
A new portrait of young Australians shows they are better educated and smoking less but are increasingly overweight, using illicit drugs and drinking at risky levels.
The economic crisis is expected to have a major impact on the drugs market, for example through an increase of demand for illicit drugs, according to the findings of a study published by the European Commission.
This study shows that young Australians do not see addiction as a danger with illegal drugs and are far more concerned with the expense of drugs than getting into trouble with the police for using them.