The TEDI database is a professional tool that can be accessed by the various NGOs and institutions presently operating in the nightlife field. TEDI's database has, since the project's inception, only been accessible to partner organisations that have actually provided their own Drug Checking service data.

In 2013, the TEDI database will become more accessible to a broader group of interested stakeholders. TEDI will provide a number of partnership levels that will determine the extent of a partner’s ability to consult TEDI’s database.


How to be a partner

In 2013, all TEDI members who agree to sign the TEDI agreement will have increased access to the database.

If you are interested in becoming a member of TEDI, please contact us specifying your affiliation and your interest in accessing the TEDI database.  


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This Website arises from the Nightlife Empowerment & Well-being Implementation Project which has received
funding from the European Union, in the framework of the Health Programme