EMCDDA – European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction European
The EMCDDA provides the EU and its Member States with a factual overview of European drug problems and a solid evidence base to support the drugs debate. It provides data and strategies, overviews of best practices and new areas of research.
The Best practice portal (BBP) is a resource developed by the EMCDDA for professionals, policymakers and researchers in the drugs field. It provides information on the available evidence on drug-related prevention, treatment and harm reduction. In general, the BPP follows a broader drug prevention approach compared to the HNT, yet includes a section about partygoers.
This website provides a violence prevention resource for policy makers, practitioners and others working to tackle and prevent violence. It includes evidence of measures for what works to prevent violence, information on the Violence Prevention Alliance, news and other relevant resources.
NEWIP - Nightlife Empowerment and Well-being Implementation Project
NEWIP’s general aim is to reduce synthetic drug-related harm among European youth, using recreational settings as starting outreach spaces by integrating health promotion actions within recreational settings; developing community empowerment; adapting responses to partygoers' mobility and cultures; extending responses in terms of geographic coverage. NEWIP was carried out between 2011 and 2013.
NEW Net is a European network of community-based NGOs acting in the fields of health promotion and nightlife, of nightlife professionals, local and regional authorities and agencies, treatment professionals and scientific researchers. The NEW Net is issued from the Nightlife Empowerment & Well-being Implementation Project (NEWIP) (2011-2013).
The EUSPR promotes the development of prevention science, and its application to practice so as to promote human health and well-being through high quality research, evidence-based interventions, policies and practices.
ERANID – European Research Area Network Illicit Drugs
ERANID focuses on strengthening cross-border research (mainly in the EU) in various aspects of the illicit drugs problem. The ERANID research database contains information gathered in the course of the ERANID project during 2013 and 2014. Principally, it contains details of research projects on illicit drugs carried out since 2010 within the six ERANID countries and funded by the European Committee: Belgium, France, Italy, Portugal, The Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
Efus is a non-governmental network of 250 members from 16 countries. Network members are local authorities and associated institutions and partners working in the field of urban security policies and crime prevention. Efus’ mission is to foster multilateral exchanges throughout Europe, but also with other continents, about locally-developed practices and experiences.