World Drug Report

Every year UNODC publishes the World Drug Report, which gathers the main data and trends analyses on production, traffic and consumption of illegal drugs worldwide. The data are compiled by UNODC from questionnaires sent to the Member States and compose a reference document to guide global policies on drugs.

World Drug Report 2014World Drug Report 2014

In the World Drug Report 2014 , UNODC notes that drug use prevalence is stable around the world, with around 243 million individuals, or 5 per cent of the world's population aged 15-64 having used an illicit drug in 2012.  Problem drug users meanwhile numbered about 27 million, roughly 0.6 per cent of the world's adult population, or 1 in every 200 people.

Launching the report in Vienna on 26 June, the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, Yury Fedotov, Executive Director of UNODC, appealed for a stronger focus on the health and human rights of all drug users, but particularly those who inject drugs and are living with HIV.

Content

Full World Drug Report 2014 ( English)

Press Release 2014 ( English, Spanish, Portuguese)

World Drug Report 2014 website ( English)

Executive Summary ( EnglishSpanish)

Message of the UN's Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon ( English, Portuguese)

Statement of the Executive Director UNODC, Yury Fedotov ( English, Portuguese)

Previous reports

•    World Drug Report 2013

•    World Drug Report 2012

•    World Drug Report 2011

•    World Drug Report 2010

•    World Drug Report 2009
•    World Drug Report 2008
•    World Drug Report 2007
•    World Drug Report 2006
•    World Drug Report 2005
•    World Drug Report 2004
•    Global Illicit Drug Trends 2003
•    Global Illicit Drug Trends 2002
•    Global Illicit Drug Trends 2001
•    World Drug Report 2000
•    Global Illicit Drug Trends 2000
•    Global Illicit Drug Trends 1999
•    World Drug Report 1997