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Gonçalves-Pinho, Manuel and Bragança, Miguel and Freitas, Alberto (2019) Psychotic disorders hospitalizations associated with cannabis abuse or dependence: a nationwide big data analysis. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research , e1813.

Mergl, Roland and Koburger, Nicole and Heinrichs, Katherina and Székely, András and Tóth, Mónika Ditta and Coyne, James and Quintao, Sonia and Arensman, Ella and Coffey, Claire and Maxwell, Margaret and Värnik, Airi and van Audenhove, Chantal and McDaid, David and Sarchiapone, Marco and Schmidtke, Armin and Genz, Axel and Gusmão, Ricardo and Hegerl, Ulrich (2015) What are reasons for the large gender differences in the lethality of suicidal acts? An epidemiological analysis in four European countries. PLoS ONE , 10 , (7) , e0129062.

Pike, Brigid (2013) Irish and Portuguese drug policies profiled. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 46, Summer 2013 , p. 7.

Connolly, Johnny (2009) Reports examine effects of decriminalisation of drugs in Portugal. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 30, Summer 2009 , pp. 22-23.

Baptista, Isabel and O’Sullivan, Eoin (2008) The role of the state in developing homeless strategies: Portugal and Ireland in comparative perspective. European Journal of Homelessness , 2 , pp. 25-43.


[] , Condon, Ali Is Portugal’s drug decriminalisation policy ‘too radical’ for Ireland? (29 Jan 2020)

[] , Roberts, Andrew Opinion: Since the start of the century, Portugal has shown that decriminalisation of drug use is possible. (08 Oct 2018)

[Hot Press] , Clark, Stuart How to end Ireland's drug deaths epidemic. (07 Jun 2018)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Change could affect 11,000 drug cases a year. (06 Nov 2015)

[Irish Examiner] Shaun Connolly: not everyone is embracing ‘hugs and drugs’ minister. (22 Aug 2015)

[] What can Ireland learn from a country that decriminalised drugs? (03 Jun 2015)

[BBC News Scotland] Minimum alcohol pricing: Five countries oppose Scottish drink plan. (25 Jul 2013)

[Spiegel online international] , Hollersen, Wiebke 'This Is Working': Portugal, 12 years after decriminalizing drugs. (28 Mar 2013)


Unlu, Ali and Tammi, Tuukka and Hakkarainen, Pekka (2020) Drug decriminalization policy. Literature review: models, implementation and outcomes. Helsinki: Finnish institute for health and welfare.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. (2020) European trendspotter series. Impact of COVID-19 on drug services and help-seeking in Europe. Lisbon: EMCDDA.

Ireland. Joint Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality. (2015) Report of visit by a Committee delegation to examine the impact of Portuguese approach to the possession of certain drugs. Dublin: Joint Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality.

Leahy, Ann and Healy, Sean and Murphy, Michelle (2013) The impact of the European Crisis. A study of the impact of the crisis and austerity on people, with a special focus on Greece, Ireland, Italy, Portugal and Spain. Caritas Europa.

Citywide. (2013) Decriminalisation: A new direction for drugs policy? Dublin: Citywide.

Domosławski, Artur (2011) Drug policy in Portugal: the benefits of decriminalizing drug use. Warsaw: Open Society Foundations.

Pompidou Group Research Platform. Muscat, Richard and van de Mheen, Dike and Barendregt, Cas (2010) Towards an integrated policy on psychoactive substances a theoretical and empirical analysis. Strasbourg: Council of Europe Publishing.

Centro de Investigacao e estudos de sociologia. Torres, Anália Cardoso and Gomes, Maria do Carmo (2002) Drugs and prisons in Portugal: synopsis and technical appendix of a research. Lisboa: CIES.

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