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BMJ investigation reveals “cosy relationship” between the alcohol industry and the British government
Documents show 130 meetings with Department of Health alone and suggest minimum pricing consultation was a sham
EWA Toolkit and EWA Policy Recommendations are now available
Eurocare congratulates the Finnish Parliament with a new regulation on marketing which includes social media
Eurocare member- the Institute of Alcohol Studies (IAS) has published an analysis of submissions to the Home Office consultation on minimum pricing that indicates public support for the policy was greater than previously thought.
We are fighting for documents. Alcohol policy documents that should become a basis for real life alcohol policies that will regulate the way alcohol is produced, sold and marketed. Also the way people should behave and act when it comes to drinking.
University of Glasgow Institute of Health and Wellbeing project explores and addresses non-response bias in health surveys with a focus on alcohol consumption.
Alcohol product placement is a form of marketing that has become more and more widespread in popular music videos over the last years.
Eurocare presents at the 'Sharing evidence to improve addiction prevention and harm reduction' event
This week Eurocare has presented at a workshop organised by the Executive Agency for Health and Consumers (EAHC) and hosted by the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA), in collaboration with DG JUSTICE and DG SANCO.
As the international NGO that represents NGOs on Alcohol Policy across the European Union, Eurocare wishes to contribute initial ideas as the new EU Action Plan begins to be drafted.
ETSC has identified driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs as one of the four priority areas for action during the mandate of the next European Parliament.