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Drug and alcohol use during coronavirus

Fascinating insights into changes in drug and alcohol taking behaviour during the global pandemic – interim findings from Global Drug Survey.

Alcohol & Drugs

Eight things I learnt from the 2018 Global Drug Survey

GDS2018 provides new data on the latest drug trends and crucial public health and policy issues, as well as a range of fascinating facts. Let’s face it, where else would you find out that 30% people can get cocaine delivered more quickly than a pizza?

Alcohol & Drugs

The latest global drug trends

The 2016 Global Drug Survey reveals the world’s 10 most popular illegal drugs and charts the rise of laughing gas and resurgence of Ecstasy.

Alcohol & Drugs

Using apps to buy and sell drugs

While there are an increasing number of apps designed to help drug and alcohol users in recovery, drug dealers are also taking advantage of apps to increase their customer base.

Alcohol & Drugs

What did people buy on Silk Road?

Last month (29 May 2015) the founder of Silk Road, the online black market, was given a life sentence.
But why was the site so popular? The short answer is that it made the purchase of illegal drugs triaghtforward and secure.

According to prosecutors, the site generated about $214 million in sales between early 2011 and late 2013. In late 2011 and 2012, while the site was still active, Carnegie Mellon’s Nicolas Christin gathered eight months of data that shows the 20 most popular categories purchased on Silk Road.

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10 things I learnt from the 2015 Global Drug Survey

The Global Drug Survey becomes more valuable every year; this year over 100,000 people completed the survey. The survey is very different from research such as the Crime Survey for England and Wales because it is typically completed by regular, mainly recreational, drug users. The findings make fascinating reading and I recommend that you find time for a browse.

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