This week, the Lisbon-based European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) is conducting a workshop on drug monitoring and reporting for staff members of the Georgian national drug observatory (NDO).
The sessions help identify information gaps, and highlight room for improvement regarding data collection and monitoring tools. The workshop is also dedicated to crime and market indicators and to the EU Early Warning System (EWS) on new psychoactive substances.
The event is taking place under the technical cooperation project EMCDDA4Georgia (EMCDDA4GE), the first bilateral project between the EMCDDA and Georgia. It aims to enhance national responses to drug-related health and security threats and to familiarise Georgian partners with the EU drug information system and its methodologies and tools.
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