Alcohol Action Ireland Annual Accounts
Alcohol Action Ireland
Report and Financial Statements for the year ended
31 December 2018
Alcohol Action Ireland Annual Accounts 2017
Audited accounts for the ending 31 December 2017
Submission to TRIS Notification 2018/22/IRL
This is Alcohol Action Ireland's submission to the EU Commission's TRIS notification process: 2018/22/IRL, commenced to examine aspects of the Public Health (Alcohol) Bill, 2015.
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Further feedback on the regulation of harmful online content
By way of follow-on to our submission to the 2019 Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment’s consultation on the views of the public and all stakeholders on how Ireland should introduce legislation for the regulation of harmful online content at a national level (strand 1) and the implementation of the revised AVMSD (Strands 2-4), and the subsequent publication of the the general scheme of the Online Safety and Media Regulation Bill, to protect children online (January 2020), which awaits further consideration and scrutiny – Alcohol Action Ireland wish to provide feedback in advance of stakeholder workshops to follow in the coming months.
Industry’s capture of political leadership: how can advocacy for alcohol control breakthrough?
This paper was first presented at the Sixth Global Alcohol Policy Conference in Dublin, Ireland. March 9-11, 2020 by Eunan McKinney, Head Communications and Advocacy, Alcohol Action Ireland.
AAI_Silent Voices response to Draft Primary Curriculum Framework
Alcohol Action Ireland (Silent Voices) response to the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment's Draft Primary Curriculum Framework.
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Alcohol marketing: protecting children
Every day children and young people are continuously exposed to positive, risk-free images of alcohol and its use
Alcohol industry’s CSR
Global alcohol industry invests significant resources to promote its corporate social responsibility
Alcohol, suicide and mental health
Alcohol can contribute to the development of mental health problems as well as exacerbating pre-existing mental health difficulties
Alcohol, children and young people
Alcohol use is a serious risk to children and young people’s health and well-being
Alcohol and pregnancy
It is in a child’s best interests for a prospective mother not to drink alcohol while pregnant
Alcohol and driving
Even in small amounts, alcohol impairs driving ability - any amount of alcohol increases the risk of involvement in a fatal crash