Tue 23 May

Final agenda and speakers confirmed for European Policy Seminar

Self Regulation is No Regulation: The Case for Protecting Children from Alcohol Marketing Alcohol Action Ireland and Eurocare – European Alcohol Policy Alliance are to host a policy seminar taking place on Wednesday, 7th June from 10.30am to 2.30pm in...


Tue 16 May

Alcohol Action to co-host European Seminar this June

Self Regulation is No Regulation: The Case for Protecting Children from Alcohol Marketing Alcohol Action Ireland and Eurocare - European Alcohol Policy Alliance are to host a policy seminar taking place on Wednesday, 7th June from 10.30am to 2.30pm in...


Wed 10 May

The Public Health (Alcohol) Bill will save lives, reduce harms, alleviate public services and release scarce public funds for greater socio-economic benefit.

The Public Health (Alcohol) Bill is a progressive piece of legislation designed to significantly and positively alter Ireland’s harmful relationship with alcohol. It will ensure that alcohol misuse is treated as a serious public health problem. The legislation is part...

National Maternity Strategy Submission

Alcohol Action Ireland's submission on a National Maternity Strategy, which focuses on the risks of alcohol consumption during pregnancy.

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Conference Programme

Girls, Women and Alcohol: The changing nature of female alcohol consumption in Ireland

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Pre Budget Submission Summary

A two-page summary of the key points from Alcohol Action Ireland's Pre-Budget Submission 2015.

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The Irish Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) Study 2014

HBSC collects information on key indicators of health, health attitudes and health behaviour, as well as the context of health for young people. HBSC is a school-based survey with data collected through self-completion questionnaires administered by teachers in the classroom. Areas addressed include general health, smoking, use of alcohol and other substances, food and dietary behaviour, exercise and physical activity, self-care, injuries, bullying, including cyber bullying and sexual health behaviours. There was an overall decrease in reported levels of smoking and drunkenness and an increase in levels of never drinking between 2010 and 2014. Smoking, alcohol use and cannabis use were more commonly reported among boys and older children while social class differences were not evident.

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Healthy Ireland Survey 2015: Summary of Findings

The Healthy Ireland Survey is an interviewer-administered survey with interviews conducted on a face-to-face basis with individuals aged 15 and over. The initial wave of this survey involved 7,539 interviews. Fieldwork was conducted between November 2014 and August 2015.

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Alcohol and Society 2014: The Effects of Low-Dose Alcohol Consumption

A research report from IOGT-NTO and the Swedish Society of Medicine, where experts examine the latest global research on low-dose alcohol consumption.

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