The Drugs and (dis)order, four-year research project collected a large volume of research data on the social-political dimensions of illicit drug economies in borderlands in Afghanistan, Myanmar and Colombia – through interviews, surveys, compilation of existing data and information, and spatial analyses.

These datasets are being documented and processed for archiving with the UK Data Service. This will make them available for future use, whereby collaboration with our partners in Afghanistan, Myanmar and Colombia is encouraged.

In this presentation, Veerle Van den Eynden from SOAS University of London, outlines how data from the research is being archived and shared.