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AHRQ, [sans date]. Evidence Based Reports Faceted Search (EPCs Reports). [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
EPC Reports offer comprehensive, science-based information on common costly medical conditions and new health care technologies and strategies. Your search results cover complete titles of released evidence reports, comparative effectiveness reviews, technical briefs, Technology Assessment Program reports, and U.S. Preventive Services Task Force evidence syntheses.
COCHRANE, [sans date]. CDSR – The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (CDSR) is the leading journal and database for systematic reviews in health care. CDSR includes Cochrane Reviews (systematic reviews) and protocols for Cochrane Reviews as well as editorials and supplements.
COCHRANE, [sans date]. Cochrane Library. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
Cochrane is for anyone interested in using high-quality information to make health decisions. Whether you are a doctor or nurse, patient or carer, researcher or funder, Cochrane evidence provides a powerful tool to enhance your healthcare knowledge and decision making.
CONSEIL DE L’EUROPE, [sans date]. Groupe Pompidou. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
Le Groupe Pompidou est la plate-forme de coopération en matière de politique de drogue du Conseil de l’Europe. C’est un organe intergouvernemental créé en 1971 à l’initiative du président français Georges Pompidou. Il fait respecter les valeurs fondamentales du Conseil de l’Europe – droits de l’homme, démocratie et l’état de droit – et encourage une approche équilibrée dans la réponse à la consommation de drogue et au trafic illicite de drogues, en soutenant la réduction de la demande et de l’offre.
DRUG POLICY ALLIANCE, [sans date]. Drug Policy Alliance. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
The drug war goes far beyond arrests and incarceration. Its roots are deeply embedded in almost every aspect of daily life – from education, housing, and employment, to child welfare, immigration, and public benefits. We must fully extract the drug war and its culture of criminalization from our lives.
EMCDDA, [sans date]. EMCDDA : Best practice portal. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
The Best practice portal is designed to help you find practical and reliable information on what works (and what doesn’t) in the areas of prevention, treatment, harm reduction and social reintegration. It will help you identify tried and tested interventions quickly, allocate resources to what’s effective, and improve interventions applying tools, standards and guidelines.
EMCDDA, [sans date]. EMCDDA: Xchange prevention registry. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
Xchange is an online registry of evidence-based prevention interventions. It is updated approximated twice a year with new programmes and feedback from implementers. The registry makes available manualised interventions for which good European evaluation studies showed beneficial outcomes relating to substance use, as well asprogrammes for deliquency and violence prevention in youth.
EMCDDA, [sans date]. EMCDDA : Publications database. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
The EMCDDA produces a wide range of thematic publications in a variety of formats (print, PDF, web, ePub). In this section of the website, you can browse the top publications or use the available options to search for publications of interest.
EROWID CENTER, [sans date]. Erowid. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
Erowid is a member-supported organization providing access to reliable, non-judgmental information about psychoactive plants, chemicals, and related issues. We work with academic, medical, and experiential experts to develop and publish new resources, as well as to improve and increase access to already existing resources. We also strive to ensure that these resources are maintained and preserved as a historical record for the future.
GCDP, [sans date]. GCDP – Global Commission on Drug Policy. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
The Global Commission on Drug Policy was created in January 2011 by a group of personalities from the Americas and Europe, including former Heads of State and Government wishing to inspire better drug policy globally.
HRI, [sans date]. HRI – Harm Reduction International. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
Harm Reduction International is a leading NGO dedicated to reducing the negative health, social and legal impacts of drug use and drug policy. We promote the rights of people who use drugs and their communities through research and advocacy to help achieve a world where drug policies and laws contribute to healthier, safer societies.  The organisation is an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.
ICHRDP, [sans date]. ICHRDP – International Guidelines on Human Rights and Drug Policy. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
The International Guidelines on Human Rights and Drug Policy are a reference tool for policy-makers, diplomats, lawyers and civil society organisations working to ensure human rights compliance in drug policy.  They aim to fill the gap in foundational standard-setting processes through which contemporary human rights norms have been applied to various aspects of drug policy.
IDPC, [sans date]. IDPC : Publications en français sur la RDR (catalogue). [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
« Le Consortium International sur les Politiques des Drogues » (IDPC) est un réseau mondial regroupant 192 ONG spécialisées dans les questions liées à la production et à  l’usage de drogues contrôlées.
IDPC, [sans date]. IDPC – International Drug Policy Consortium. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
The International Drug Policy Consortium (IDPC) is a global network of 192 NGOs that focus on issues related to drug production, trafficking and use. IDPC promotes objective and open debate on the effectiveness, direction and content of drug policies at the national and international level, and supports evidence-based policies that are effective at reducing drug-related harm.
IES – INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION SCIENCES, [sans date]. WWC – What Works Clearinghouse. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
The What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) reviews the existing research on different programs, products, practices, and policies in education. Our goal is to provide educators with the information they need to make evidence-based decisions. We focus on the results from high-quality research to answer the question “What works in education?”
INPUD, [sans date]. INPUD – International Network of People Who Use Drugs. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
The International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD) is a global peer-based organisation that seeks to promote the health and defend the rights of people who use drugs. INPUD will expose and challenge stigma, discrimination, and the criminalisation of people who use drugs and its impact on the drug-using community’s health and rights.
LA LIAISON, [sans date]. Liaison Antiprohibitionniste. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
La Liaison est une association de personnes convaincues par l’inefficacité de la prohibition, particulièrement quant à sa capacité à réduire le trafic, la criminalité et les risques liés à l’usage de drogues. Elle fait la promotion des alternatives possibles à l’interdit pénal en matière de drogues en suggérant un débat critique sur la question.
NCBI, [sans date]. PubMed. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
PubMed comprises more than 30 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Citations may include links to full-text content from PubMed Central and publisher web sites.
NIAAA, [sans date]. NIAAA – National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
The mission of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism is to generate and disseminate fundamental knowledge about the effects of alcohol on health and well-being, and apply that knowledge to improve diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of alcohol-related problems, including alcohol use disorder, across the lifespan.
NICE, [sans date]. NICE – National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (guidance). [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
Our guidance, advice, quality standards and information services for health, public health and social care. Contains resources to help maximise use of evidence and guidance.
NIDA, [sans date]. NIDA – National Institute on Drug Abuse. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
Our mission is to advance science on the causes and consequences of drug use and addiction and to apply that knowledge to improve individual and public health
NSWP, [sans date]. NSWP – Global Network of Sex Work Projects. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
The Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP) exists to uphold the voice of sex workers globally and connect regional networks advocating for the rights of female, male, and transgender sex workers.
SAMHSA, [sans date]. SAMHSA – Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA’s mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America’s communities.
SCIE, [sans date]. SCIE – Social Care Institute for Excellence. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
The UK’s largest database of information and research on all aspects of social care and social work
TDPF, [sans date]. TRANSFORM – Drug Policy Foundation. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
Our vision is a world where drug policy promotes health, protects the vulnerable and puts safety first. To achieve this, we educate the public and policymakers on effective drug policy; we develop and promote viable alternatives to prohibition; we provide a voice for those directly affected by drug policy failures; and we support policymakers and practitioners in achieving positive change
UNODC, [sans date]. UNODC – United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) is a global leader in the struggle against illicit drugs and international crime, and the lead United Nations entity for delivering legal and technical assistance to prevent terrorism.
UNODC, [sans date]. UNODC : Word Drug Report (WDR). [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
Publication phare de l’UNODC en englais (avec résumé français)
WHO, [sans date]. WHO : Alcohol, Drugs and Addictive Behaviours Unit. WHO [en ligne]. Disponible à l’adresse :
The Unit works globally to improve health and well-being of populations by articulating, promoting, supporting and monitoring evidence-informed policies, strategies and interventions to reduce the burden associated with alcohol, drugs and addictive behaviours.

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