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European Alcohol Policy Alliance congratulates Commissioner-Designate for the Health Policy and Food Safety portfolio, Vytenis Andriukaitis . “We look forward to a continued good collaboration and we stress the need for action to prevent and reduce alcohol-related harm. His first point on the agenda should be the renewal of the EU Alcohol Strategy to prevent and reduce alcohol related harm“ says Mariann Skar, Secretary General of Eurocare.
On the 10th September in the European Parliament (Brussels) public health experts will be calling the European Commission to make changes to alcohol labelling legislation and allow consumers to make truly informed choices.
On September 9, the 9th day of the 9th month, at 9:09am, on the occasion of the International Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Day, the EUFASD (European FASD Alliance) presented the international campaign "Too Young To Drink"
The All Party Parliamentary Committee on Alcohol Misuse is calling for several restrictive measures to deal with the “national pandemic” of alcohol abuse in the UK.
This event will look at the rational of alcohol labelling, the link between alcohol and healthy diet and recent developments in area of alcohol labelling.
The latest survey into drinking habits in Northern Ireland shows that the majority of people are in favour of MUP.
Doctors take battle to implement “Scotland the Brave’s” Alcohol Minimum Unit price policy to Brussels
The Scottish health professions are increasing their efforts to challenge the continued opposition by global alcohol producers to the implementation of Scotland’s Alcohol Minimum Unit Pricing (MUP) policy.
Another report from this summer supports the implementation of minimum unit pricing (MUP) as an effective tool for reducing alcohol-related harm.
We kindly invite you to the First Baltic Conference “Prevention of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders”, September 26th, 2014 in Vilnius (Lithuania).
A recent study published in the Royal College of Physicians’ journal Clinical Medicine demonstrates that minimum unit pricing is an "exquisitely targeted" policy for the most dangerous drinkers.