Thu 30 Jul

Provisional Revenue receipts demonstrate the durability of the Irish alcohol market despite COVID-19 crisis.

Alcohol Action Ireland, the independent advocate for reducing alcohol harm, today (30 July) noted the latest provisional alcohol receipts from Revenue. The data highlights that despite all licenced premises being closed since the 15th March, alcohol sales experienced only a modest...


Wed 29 Jul

Progress on the introduction of Minimum Unit Pricing for Alcohol in Northern Ireland

Alcohol Action Ireland, the independent advocate for reducing alcohol harm, welcome the announcement today (29 July) from Northern Ireland Health Minister, Robin Swann, of his commitment to holding a full public consultation on the introduction of Minimum Unit Pricing for...


Mon 27 Jul

AAI launches new podcast series ‘The Alcohol File’

Alcohol Action Ireland, the national independent advocate for reducing alcohol harm, today (27th July) releases the inaugural episode of a new podcast series ‘The Alcohol File’   https://player.acast.com/the-alcohol-file/episodes/the-alcohol-file-episode-1 The opening episode of ‘The Alcohol File’ - What is alcohol doing for...

Seanad Public Consultation Committee: Report on Changes in Lifestyle can prevent approximately one third of Cancers. How does Government and society respond to this challenge?

There are 1,200 cases of cancer each year from alcohol in Ireland. Alcohol causes cancer of the liver and of the mouth, throat, oesophagus, breast, and large bowel

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Exposure to Alcohol Advertisements and Teenage Alcohol-Related Problems

This study used prospective data to test the hypothesis hat exposure to alcohol advertising contributes to an increase in underage drinking and that an increase in underage drinking then leads to problems associated with drinking alcohol.

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Alcohol Youth Exposure Marketing RAND

An assessment of young people’s exposure to alcohol marketing in audiovisual and online media

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