• INTRODUCTION
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • I. ACCESS TO AND USE OF ILLICIT DRUGS AND SUBSTANCES THAT IMITATE THE EFFECTS OF ILLICIT DRUGS
  • 1.1. EXPERIENCE WITH NEW SUBSTANCES THAT IMITATE THE EFFECTS OF ILLICIT DRUGS
  • 1.2. SELF-REPORTED USE OF CANNABIS
  • 1.3. ACCESS TO ILLICIT DRUGS, ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO
  • II. TO BAN OR REGULATE ILLLICIT DRUGS AND NEW SUBSTANCES THAT IMITATE THE EFFECTS OF ILLICIT DRUGS?
  • 1.1. TO BAN OR REGULATE ILLICIT DRUGS, ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO?
  • 1.2. TO BAN OR REGULATE NEW SUBSTANCES THAT IMITATE THE EFFECTS OF ILLICIT DRUGS?
  • III. BECOMING BETTER INFORMED ABOUT ILLICIT DRUGS AND DRUG USE
  • 1.1. POTENTIAL SOURCES OF INFORMATION
  • 1.2. INFORMATION CHANNELS OVER THE PAST YEAR
  • IV. PERCEIVED HEALTH RISKS OF USING DRUGS
  • V. HOW SHOULD SOCIETY’S DRUG PROBLEMS BE TACKLED?
  • ANNEXES
  • Technical specifications
  • Questionnaire
  • Tables