Global Drug Survey
It's the tenth anniversary of the Global Drug Survey – and they need your help finding out how the world uses drugs.
The first chunk of results from the Global Drug Survey 2020 are in.
The Global Drug Survey wants to find out how the Covid-19 lockdown has affected alcohol and drug use around the world.
The Global Drug Survey seeks to understand how people use drugs around the world, and help them do so in the safest possible way.
Today, the Global Drug Survey and the UK Cannabis Social Clubs launched what they hope will be the largest ever survey of British cannabis users.
Our nation's enduring obsession with the rave years might go some way to explaining today's Global Drug Survey results.
Turns out almost 50 percent of people consider their dealer a friend; 2.8 percent have sex with them while buying drugs; and some people change supplier every two weeks.
The anonymous questionnaire wants to know all about your drug-taking habits over the past 12 months.
The Global Drug Survey wants to understand how people take drugs and help them do so in the safest way possible.
A new survey worked out which kind of warnings we respond best to, depending on our age.
And more takeaways from this year's Global Drug Survey.
I spoke to Boomers, original ravers, Generation Landfill, and modern sesh gremlins to see how first forays into substance use have changed over the decades.