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Eurocare has raised its concern to Secretary General Ban Ki-moon regarding the way in which the alcohol industry is becoming increasingly engaged with the UN’s role in road injury prevention without any systematic attempt to developing appropriate safeguard policies.
The Committee on National Alcohol Policy and Action (CNAPA) is calling for a new EU Alcohol Strategy in their recently published scoping paper
In September last year (2014) Eurocare joined the Too Young to Drink campaign (@TYTD2014). Today we met with the organisers to share the success story of the campaign.
The Norwegian Health Minister met the Commissioner for Health Monday.
Eurocare Board Member, Peter Rice, signed letter expressing disapointment over lack of involvment in debate on alcohol at football matches
Over the years a lot of myths have been established claiming that one or two glasses of wine are good for you. This message was promoted by the alcohol industry and easily absorbed by the media. However, new study reveals that it is just plain wrong.
European Consumer organization BEUC are calling for the consumer’s right to know what is in their drinks.
Eurocare and Actis disappointed over the decision from the Norwegian Parliament
Plans to put existing code of conduct on sport’s sponsorship on a statutory footing weaken the new Irsish Public Health (Alcohol) Bill
Eurocare and its Irish member Alcohol Action Ireland are disapointed over the lack of commitment on regulation of sport sponsorship.
Between 8th and 14th of February, Active – Sobriety, Friendship and Peace and its member organizations are going to mark the Children of Alcoholics week.