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Never Drink and Drive is the message from Nico Rosberg, a German former Formula One racing driver and current Formula One World Champion.
Réforme européenne de l’audiovisuel : les jeunes doivent être mieux protégés contre l’exposition à la publicité pour des boissons alcoolisées
Alors que la Directive européenne sur les services de médias audiovisuels est en cours de révision, l’ANPAA invite les eurodéputés et le gouvernement français à défendre une position forte pour protéger la santé des consommateurs les plus vulnérables que sont les enfants et les mineurs.
European Alcohol Policy Alliance (Eurocare) welcomes the publication of the European Commission’s long-awaited report on alcohol labelling in line with Regulation (EU) No 1169/2011.
Increased levels of enforcement, specialist rehabilitation programmes and more investment in research and data collection are needed to tackle drug driving in Europe according to the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC), authors of a new report.
No matter how much you drink, find out how it affects your health and mental wellbeing at AskAboutAlcohol.ie, a new website from the Health Service Executive (Ireland).
Young people in Switzerland are increasingly rejecting smoking and drugs, but still enjoy drinking alcohol, according to a new survey
19,233 young people aged 14 to 24 were questioned during December by newspaper 20 Minutes. 71 percent of young were saying drinking alcohol was a cool thing to do, with only 21 percent saying they never drank, reported by The Local, Switzerland.
Removing alcohol adverts from streets and public transport, and phasing out alcohol sponsorship in sport are among the steps that should be taken to prevent alcohol companies grooming children.
Over 122 460 people in Belgium are passing February without drinking a drop of alcohol - Tournée Minérale. Figures show that in 2013, 82% of Belgians drank alcohol, despite the risks associated with alcohol consumption. Tournée Minérale is an initiative of the Belgian Foundation against Cancer and a number of partners, among them a Eurocare member - VAD.
A new report from the Institute of Alcohol Studies, Splitting the Bill: Alcohol’s Impact on the UK Economy, argues that the economic benefits of the alcohol industry are overstated, undermining the economic case for cutting alcohol duty in next month’s Budget.
With her report, Ewa-May Karlsson focuses on future action and prevention plans for alcohol-related issues at the EU level with an important contribution from local authorities.