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Estonia. Drug situation 2002

Autorid: Abel K , Talu A , Kurbatova A , Ahven A , Denissov G
Väljaandja/tellija: Eksperimentaalse ja kliinilise meditsiini instituut, Eesti Uimastiseire Keskus
Märksõnad: narkomaania, narkootikumid, seadused, nakkushaigused, sotsiaalprobleemid, narkokaubandus, ennetamine, noored, kahjude vähendamine, ravi, asendusravi, säilitusravi, vangid, vanglad, alkohol, sotsiaalne kaasatus, narkomaania
Välja antud: 2002
Avaldamise koht: Tallinn
Tüüp: Raport
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Kirjeldus: The national report on the drug situation in Estonia has been drafted by the Estonian Drug Monitoring Centre for the submission to the Ministry of Social Affairs of Estonia and the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA). All National Focal Points of the Central and Eastern Europe (CEEC) countries are subject to reporting responsibility and have been submitting an annual report since 2001. The present report is the second report, which gives an overview of the drug situation in Estonia in 2001. The structure of the report is based on the EMCDDA "Guidelines 2002 for National Reports", which are the same for all EU and CEEC countries National Focal Points. This report provides an outline of the political and legal framework, epidemiological situation and demand reduction interventions in Estonia in 2001.
The data presented in the report is key information to be used by the Ministry of Social Affairs of Estonia and the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. Every year the EMCDDA outlines specific key issues national reports have to focus on; demand reduction expenditures in 1999, drug use among young people aged 12-18, social exclusion and re-integration have been defined as key issues in 2002.