The World Drug Report presents comprehensive information on the illicit drug situation. It provides detailed estimates and trends on production, trafficking and consumption in the opium/heroin, coca/cocaine, cannabis and amphetamine-type stimulants markets.
This year, for the first time, the World Drug Report includes special feature sections on the quality of drug data available to UNODC, trends in drug use among young people and police-recorded drug offences. It also discusses one the most formidable unintended consequences of drug control - the black market for drugs - and how the international community best can tackle it.
1. TRENDS IN WORLD DRUG MARKETS
1.1 Opium / heroin market
1.1.1 Summary trend overview
1.2 Coca / cocaine market
1.2.1 Summary trend overview
1.3 Cannabis market
1.3.1 Summary trend overview
1.4 Amphetamine-type stimulants market
1.4.1 Summary trend overview
2. CONFRONTING UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES:
DRUG CONTROL AND THE CRIMINAL BLACK MARKET
2.1 Why illicit drugs must remain illicit 1632.5 Take the crime out of drug markets
2.2 Move beyond reactive law enforcement 166
2.3 Create flow-specific drug strategies 172
2.4 Strengthen international resistance to drug markets 179
3. STATISTICAL ANNEX
3.1.4 Lao PDR
3.3 Seizures of illicit laboratories
3.4.1 Opiates: Wholesale, street prices and purity levels
3.4.2 Cocaine: Wholesale, street prices and purity levels
3.4.3 Cannabis: Wholesale, street prices and purity levels
3.4.4 Amphetamine-type stimulants: Wholesale, street prices and purity levels
3.5.1 Annual prevalence
188.8.131.52 Amphetamine-type stimulants (excluding ecstasy)
3.5.2. Treatment demand
184.108.40.206 Primary drugs of abuse among persons treated for drug problems in Africa
220.127.116.11 Primary drugs of abuse among persons treated for drug problems in America
18.104.22.168 Primary drugs of abuse among persons treated for drug problems in Asia
22.214.171.124 Primary drugs of abuse among persons treated for drug problems in Europe
126.96.36.199 Primary drugs of abuse among persons treated for drug problems in Oceania
3.6 Youth and school surveys
3.6.4 Amphetamine-type stimulants (excluding ecstasy)
3.7 Drug-related crime
Swim is curious if anyone is interested in the above report as swim outline the content. Swim did downloaded a copy in pdf format...unsure to upload. The file size is ard 8.94m
Swim upload a copy at scribd as private with the following details.
Sub-Category: Lifestyle and health
Interested swimmers..feel free to dl and read. Very informative!
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