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Pathways for Health

The overall goal of the Pathways for Health Project (PHP) was to improve the knowledge and foster the exchange of programmes and good practices on three specific areas: binge drinking; drink driving; and consumer information and labelling of alcoholic beverages.

The PHP was managed by the German Centre for Addiction Issues (DHS). The project was based on the European Council Conclusions which call for a reduction in alcohol related harm among the whole European population and especially among young people.

Project Partners:

Besides the members of the Alcohol Policy Network which was created in the Eurocare Bridging the Gap Project (BtG), the project included the European Youth Forum (topic: binge drinking, drink and driving), CRIOC (Belgium Organisation for Consumer Protection) (topic: consumer information and labelling), European Transport Safety Council (topic: drinking and driving), TISPOL (European Traffic Police Network) (topic: drinking and driving).

Publications:

Reports

  1. Binge Drinking in Europe
  2. Drinking and Driving in Europe
  3. Consumer Labelling and Alcoholic Drinks

Recommendations and Conclusions

  1. Binge Drinking in Europe
  2. Reducing Drinking and Driving in Europe
  3. Consumer Labelling and Alcoholic Drinks