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The House of Lords EU Home Affairs, Health and Education Sub-Committee, chaired by Lord Hannay of Chiswick, conducted an inquiry into the EU Drugs Strategy. The report was published on 16 March 2012 and was debated by the House on 19 July 2012.
The inquiry considered what form the next EU Drugs Strategy for 2013-2020 should take. The report called for better and more focused Drugs Strategy, including more comparable statistics, more research, and more aid to help developing countries to diversify away from drug production. The Committee considered that the EU must become more effective in its fight against drugs trafficking, and should call on Member States to be more ready to learn from each other’s experiences and to encourage cross-border dialogue between their local governments and cities.
Lords debates report calling for a better focussed EU Drugs Strategy and Europe-wide Debate
Lords to debate Committee report on the EU Drugs Strategy
Government respond to EU Sub-Committee's report on the EU Drugs Strategy
Lords Committee report calls for a better focused EU drugs strategy
Lords question the Minister for Crime Prevention & Anti-Terrorism Offences
Lords EU Sub-Committee on Home Affairs, Health and Education take evidence
Corrected oral evidence and written evidence on the Inquiry into the EU Drugs Strategy.