Report of the International Narcotics Control Board for 2013 

Foreword by the INCB President

Explanatory Notes

Contents

Chapter I
Economic consequences of drug abuse
A. Impact on health
B. Impact on public safety
C. Relationship with crime
D. Impact on productivity
E. Impact on governance
F. Impact on specific populations
G. Alternative policies
H. Conclusions, recommendations and best practices to reduce the economic consequences of drug abuse

Chapter II
Functioning of the international drug control system
A. Promoting the consistent application of the international drug control treaties
B. Action taken by the Board to ensure the implementation of the international drug control treaties
C. Governments' cooperation with the Board
D. Ensuring the implementation of the provisions of the international drug control treaties
E. Special topics

Chapter III
Analysis of the world situation (full chapter)
A. Africa
B. Americas
Central America and the Caribbean
North America
South America
C. Asia
East and South-East Asia
South Asia
West Asia
D. Europe
E. Oceania

Chapter IV
Recommendations to Governments, the United Nations and other relevant international and regional organizations
A. Recommendations to Governments
B. Recommendations to the United Nations Office on Drugs Crime and to the World Health Organization
C. Recommendations to other relevant international organizations

Annexes

I.

Regional and subregional groupings used in the report of the International Narcotics Control Board for 2013

II.

Current membership of the International Narcotics Control Board About the International Narcotics Control Board

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