The Global Drug Survery 2014
The annual Global Drug Survey aims to look how drug use changes and how policy effects it. This year’s emphasis is on cannabis and they are looking for some honest opinions.
Every year the Global Drug Survey conducts the world’s largest independent and unbiased review of drug use and its habits. The report forms the basis for scientists and politicians to recognise trends and possibly adjust policies.
The 2014 Global Drug Survey launched in November in collaboration with the Huffington Post, and is now once more looking for participants. The 2013 survey managed to get 22,000 participants to take part last year; but with all new research coming out, changes to marijuana laws and mainstream media attention, 2014’s survey has already seen just under 72,000 participants take part at the time of writing this.
2014’s survey is placing its emphasis on cannabis and drug policy – largely due to the amount of reform that has taken place this year. The survey also aims to look at tobacco, alcohol and prescription drug use, and how they affect our lives.
If you‘re interested, why not voice your opinion. It is completely anonymous and secure. You can join here: