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Alcohol consumption has wide-ranging consequences for health, wellbeing and the economy of Europe, all of which can be mitigated through policy. The breadth of alcohol’s effects is reflected by the diversity of our membership, as it should be. We believe effective alcohol policy is most likely to come from organisations working together. If you agree, we would like to hear from you.Application Form
CEO, Alcohol Action Ireland
“Alcohol Action Ireland finds the work of Eurocare invaluable. As a small NGO it would be very challenging for us to do all the advocacy work at an EU level that is needed on alcohol policy. From an Irish perspective there are important issues at both national and EU level which frequently intersect.”
Dutch Institute for Alcohol Policy STAP
“It is important to the Dutch Institute for Alcohol Policy STAP that we in Europe act together in the interest of public health. Eurocare offers us an important platform to realize this.”
President, European Alcohol Policy Alliance Chair, Institute of Alcohol Studies, London
"Organisations working in the alcohol field have much to learn from each other and Eurocare is a place for that learning. The similarities and differences in the issues we face at national level help us to understand the best approaches to reduce alcohol harm and the barriers to progress. Some of those barriers are international and Eurocare's experience as an international alcohol specialist organisation is vital."
Association Addiction France
"Thanks to Eurocare, it possible for us, Addictions France, to be informed and have the needed expertise to do advocacy work at European level. Its action is central to create a level playing field to reduce alcohol harm in Europe."
Youth Healt Organization
"To YHO, Eurocare represents a great platform to bring more light to issues that are often swept under the rug (think »wet culture«) and, thus, raise youth voices in alcohol policy. Eurocare is also great at convening like-minded NGOs from different European countries and amplifying advocacy messages in global health spaces. There is power in working together."