Thu 12 Nov

Alcohol Action Ireland marks the separation of alcohol in stores

Alcohol Action Ireland, the national independent advocate for reducing alcohol harm, today (12th November) hosts a seminar titled ‘No Ordinary Product’ to mark the provisions of Section 22 of the Public Health Alcohol Act, 2018 coming into effect from 12th November 2020. The measures, now applying...


Tue 03 Nov

Parental problem alcohol use and how children cope during their school years.

A national framework required to support children coping with parental problem alcohol Alcohol Action Ireland, the national independent advocate for reducing alcohol harm, today (3rd November) published a paper that considers the issue of parental problem alcohol use and how...


Mon 19 Oct

AHAI Open Letter marking the 2nd year of the Public Health Alcohol Act.

          It is now two years since the enactment of the Public Health Alcohol Act.  And while some aspects of the Act have been implemented, much remains to be done. Many important measures, crucial to the...

Report On The Misuse of Alcohol and Other Drugs 2012

The Report On The Misuse of Alcohol and Other Drugs was launched by the Joint Committee on Health and Children in 2012. The majority of the Committee members support the introduction of minimum pricing and recommend measures on alcohol availability and marketing, including marketing on social networking sites.

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Health-Related Consequences of Problem Alcohol Use

Alcohol is associated with a range of chronic and acute medical conditions, including liver cirrhosis, various cancers, road traffic accidents and suicide. The 2009 Health Research Board report "Health-Related Consequences of Problem Alcohol Use" makes a number of recommendations about what is needed in Ireland to reduce the health-related consequences of alcohol consumption

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Steering Group Report on the National Susbtance Misuse Strategy

The Steering Group Report on a National Substance Misuse Strategy, released in February, 2012 has created a comprehensive set of recommendations - including several concerning alcohol marketing, advertising and sponsorship - that if implemented will go a considerable way to protecting the health and wellbeing of children, young people and families in communities across Ireland.

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