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5th Awareness Week on Alcohol Related Harm

Eurocare is proud to support the 5th Awareness Week on Alcohol related Harm, from 20th to 24th November 2017.


Passenger imports of alcoholic beverages decreased - Finland

NordAN reports that passenger imports of alcoholic beverages in Finland has decreased in the last 12 months.

Translated findings below, report available at:


The 8th European Alcohol Policy Conference #8eapc

Eurocare and SHAAP are delighted to announce the 8th European Alcohol Policy Conference #8EAPC, which will be hosted at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, Scotland, on 20th and 21st November 2018.


Calls to improve labelling of alcoholic beverages

Today in the European Parliament, MEPs and health campaigners called for the alignment of alcoholic beverages with other food products.


Alcohol marketing and social media – industry ahead of the game

Earlier this week Facebook announced it will allow their users to proactively block adverts on a specific topic including alcohol.


Publicité alcool : les bâches de chantiers ne sont pas des affiches

Saisie suite à une plainte de l’ANPAA, la justice a condamné l’utilisation de bâches publicitaires dans le cadre de chantiers de rénovation. Ce jugement, rendu le 14 septembre 2017 par le TGI de Paris, condamne ainsi Heineken Entreprise à verser 2 500 euros de dommages et intérêts.


PRISM- A Research study podcast

Alcohol brief interventions (ABIs) for males on remand in prison.


Too Young To Drink 2017

International communication campaign to raise awareness of the risks of prenatal exposure to alcohol.


Alcohol industry misleading the public about alcohol-related cancer risk

The alcohol industry (AI) is misrepresenting evidence about the alcohol-related risk of cancer with activities that have parallels with those of the tobacco industry, according to new research published in the journal Drug and Alcohol Review.


Pubs call for action on cheap supermarket alcohol

British publicans see cheap supermarket alcohol as the single greatest threat to their industry, and support government action to raise prices, according to a new Institute of Alcohol Studies (IAS) report.