Drug Policy Network South East Europe is actively publishing useful materials related to drug policy and other topics from our areas of work.

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  • Statements

    The Drug Policy Network South East Europe aims to promote objective and open debate on the effectiveness, direction and content of the national, regional and international drug policy and to advance constructive recommendations for policy makers. The Network issues Statements to present our join views on issues of importance for drug policies. The DPNSEE statement […]

  • Reports, minutes and notes

    Here you shall find various documents resulting from assemblies, conferences, dialogues and other events organised by DPNSEE. The on-line Conference on protection of vulnerable populations in South East Europe was held on 23 April 2020. The aim of the Conference was to contribute to ensuring the sustainability of services for key populations during and after the […]

  • Others

    Here you shall find various other documents we produced which may be on interest – presentations, visuals, statistics, etc. Presentations from the Regional round table 2023 focused on community-led consultative process on the importance of human rights and evidence-based national drug strategies in HIV response: Milutin Milošević – Epidemiology of HIV and viral hepatitis, and […]

  • Open Budget Survey 2017 in SEE

    The Open Budget Survey, prepared by the International Budget Partnership (IBP), is a comprehensive analysis and survey that evaluates whether governments give the public access to budget information and opportunities to participate in the budget process at the national level. The Survey also accesses the capacity and independence of formal oversight institutions. The IBP works […]

  • Glossary of terms used in drug policy

  • Global Organized Crime Index reports about SEE

    The Global Organized Crime Index, produced by the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime (GI-TOC),  is the first tool of its kind designed to assess levels of organized crime and resilience to organized criminal activity. The Index is the result of a two-year endeavour to evaluate levels of crime and resilience. It includes in its […]

  • European Union Enlargement Country Reports

    Traditionally, the European Commission adopted its annual assessment of the implementation of reforms in the Western Balkan partners and Turkey, together with recommendations on the next steps for those countries, and published its annual country reports. Accession negotiations have been opened with candidate countries Montenegro (2012), Serbia (2014), and Turkey (2005). North Macedonia is a candidate country since 2005 […]

  • Drug-induced deaths in Serbia

    The Drug Policy Network South East Europe published the Analysis of the data on drug-induced deaths in Serbia 2008 – 2019. DPNSEE has prepared the analysis using statistic about the drug-induced deaths managed by the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia. The data used are segmented using codes of the causes of death, agreed […]

  • Discrimination of people who use drugs in South East Europe

    The basic human rights of marginalised groups in South East Europe are violated and they are marginalised and discriminated. Stigmatisation in the society is strong and incorporated in cultural patterns. The most frequent cases of discrimination are related to stigmatization in various respects, the relationship between the police and the judicial system (including the right […]

  • Curriculum for working with youth at risk

    One of the outcomes of the “No risk, no borders for young people” project, coordinated by the Drug Policy Network South East Europe (DPNSEE) together with the project partners Aksion Plus (Albania), Margina (Bosnia Herzegovina), Juventas (Montenegro), Prevent and Re Generation (Serbia) and supported by the Regional Youth Cooperation Office (RYCO) within its 4th Open […]

  • Budget analysis in countries of South East Europe

    One of the most important activities of the regional project Budget Advocacy and Monitoring in countries of South East Europe was Assessment of the national budgets. The national analysis were published in separate documents, with the regional survey as a summary of all three national analysis including experience of a similar exercise conducted in Macedonia. Bosnia Herzegovina […]

  • Addressing the acute funding crisis facing harm reduction services in South-East Europe

    The Drug Policy Network South East Europe published the document Addressing the acute funding crisis facing harm reduction services in South-East Europe with the aim to emphasize the acute funding crisis facing harm reduction services in Balkan states and South-East Europe, to influence the policies and actions of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and […]