Tue 27 Sep

STATEMENT ON BUDGET 2023

Alcohol Action Ireland, the national independent advocate for reducing alcohol harm, notes the announcements of Budget 2023 by Ministers Donohoe and McGrath and welcome that government has not acquiesced to the pressure from alcohol producers to reduce excise duties on...


Thu 22 Sep

Blog: The use of negative language dehumanises people with dependency problems

Language & stigma  How we talk about people who have problems with alcohol and other drugs directly affect those living with dependency issues. Research clearly indicates that using the right language can improve health outcomes, and conversely using stigmatising language...


Thu 22 Sep

Not Just Words – AAI aims to tackle stigma with new language guide during ‘recovery month’ 

Stigmatising language such as ‘user’, ‘addict’ and ‘alcoholic’ are outdated and damaging and should no longer be used to describe people who have problems with alcohol and other substances.  To mark International Recovery Month, Alcohol Action Ireland, the national independent...

Overexposed — Alcohol marketing during the World Cup
Overexposed — Alcohol marketing during the World Cup
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Hidden Realities
Hidden Realities
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Alcohol marketing regulations in Europe: How effective are they?
Alcohol marketing regulations in Europe: How effective are they?
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