The 2017 Global Drug Survey (GDS) is looking for participants.
Now in its sixth year, the world’s largest online survey about drugs and drug use is aiming for a record number of respondents to continue their mission of safer drug use.
With media partners in 20 countries and the survey translated into 10 different languages, the GDS are targeting over 150,000 respondents this year after 100,000 people took part last year.
The survey, which is anonymous and confidential, aims to identify emerging drug trends and create a voice for information to be shared among users of drugs.
In June this year, the GDS started its ‘Don’t Be Daft, Start With Half’ campaign in accordance with its 2016 survey results.
The next round of survey results will be made public in July 2017.
For more information and to take the survey head here.