European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction

A Policy agency, also called EMCDDA

The European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) is the hub of drug-related information in the European Union. Its role is to gather, analyse and disseminate ‘factual, objective, reliable and comparable information’ on drugs and drug addiction and, in so doing, provide its audiences with a sound and evidence-based picture of the drug phenomenon at European level.

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Plase find attached the final set of the remaining 26 documents. -- Ignacio Vázquez Moliní, PhD Principal officer diplomatic relations • Reitox an...
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Dear Mr Olsen, I am writing to you regarding your e-mail dated 24 September 2017 in which you made a request for access to documents, registered at...
Thank you very much for handling my FOI request in a proper and thorough manner. Best wishes for a nice summer. By the way, I believe you should...
Dear Mr Teffer,   Thank you for your request for access to documents below.   In line with Regulation 1049/2001 and with the Decision of the Ma...
Dear Marthe Rubio, Just to add to my feedback from last time: You could try to contact directly those institutions which have funded certain programme...
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Dear Teddy, many thanks for contacting us with your question about the objectives of supervised drug consumption rooms (which you name "shooting gal...
Dear Mr O’Huiginn, Please find below the EMCDDA reply to your request, received on 19 April 2013, to be provided with ‘specifications for all databa...

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