Mid-Term Assessment of the EU Drugs Strategy 2013-2020 and Final Evaluation of the Action Plan on Drugs 2013-2016

Public consultation on the evaluation of the EU Drugs Strategy: Report of results

by Jirka Taylor, Stijn Hoorens

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Research Questions

  1. Have measures been implemented to achieve the objectives in the EU Drugs Strategy and its Action Plan?
  2. How effective have the implemented measures been?
  3. What other steps should be taken to improve the drugs situation in the European Union?

A mandatory public consultation was conducted to inform the Mid-Term Assessment of the EU Drugs Strategy 2013-2020 and the final evaluation of the EU Action Plan on Drugs 2013-2016. This document reports on the consultation's results.

Table of Contents

  • Chapter One

    Introduction

  • Chapter Two

    Demographic profile of consultation respondents

  • Chapter Three

    Results

  • Chapter Four

    Other ad-hoc contributions

  • Annex One

    Additional tables

  • Annex Two

    Analysis framework for the public consultation

  • Annex Three

    Public consultation questionnaire

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