Site use by people with disabilities
The OFDT site has been adapted to make it easier to be used by people with disabilities.
A site plan is available at the top right of each page of the website, under the search engine, to enable you to easily orient yourself in the first three structural levels.
It is possible to increase font size using the "Increase font size" button present on each website page. This is at the upper right of the pages, except for the home page, in which it is located at the bottom right. It is demonstrated in this visual:
Moreover, there is replacement text for each of the site's images to make it easier to read the pages when being used by a text-based browser or a screen reader (Lynx, JAWS).
Along the same lines, each website page has avoidance links making the page content easy to access from the menu or the search engine.
If you have a disability, please give us your feedback and suggestions to improve the site by writing to the following address: webmestre[a]ofdt[dot]fr (replace [a] with the at-sign and [dot] with a .), or by using the site's contact us form.
Drugs in Europe
- Drug facts, figures and analyses: across Europe and by country
- Latest trends and legal, political and social responses
- Selected issues: Vulnerable groups of young people; National drug-related research in Europe; Towards a better understanding of drug-related public expenditure in Europe
Country situation summaries
The European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) website has a concise overview for each EU Member State on their national drug situation, as well as legal texts in their original formats, an indispensable tool for monitoring and analysing legislative developments in the Member States.
The European Union and the drug phenomenon
The European Union & the drug phenomenon : Frequently asked questions , joint publication between the EMCDDA and the European Commission, october 2010, 12 p.