The page you were looking for appears to have been moved, deleted or does not exist.
Please use the navigation above or try searching our site.
what's new on fare
- Submission to the Independent Review of the Impact of Liquor Law Reforms (NSW)
April 2016FARE's submission to the Independent Review of the Impact of Liquor Law Reforms examines the harm and costs associated with trends in alcohol consumption in Australian in order to provide evidence-based policy recommendations for the continued reduction in the burden of alcohol in NSW.
- Alcohol truth: A counter marketing intervention to address adolescent alcohol consumption
July 2016Australian Catholic University - This research report summarises the results of a media literacy pilot program to counter alcohol industry advertising, which was delivered in four New South Wales high schools.
- Pregnant Pause: Be a hero, take zero
15 August 2016Canberra high school students will be challenged to think critically about alcohol advertising, as they take part in an innovative new program designed to counter alcohol industry messages.
- The alcohol industry, health policy and conflicts of interest
23 March 2016The Queensland Coalition for Action on Alcohol (QCAA) invites you to a forum to discuss the key measures outlined in the Tackling Alcohol-Fuelled Violence Legislation (Amendment Bill) 2015.
- Evidence for the Greens’ stance on alcohol is scant
22 August 2016It seems odd that the Greens, a party that exhorts others to support an evidence-based approach to climate change, saving whales and legalising marijuana, has so little time for the evidence when it comes to preventing alcohol-related street violence and associated harms in Canberra and Sydney.
- Blokes take a pregnant pause and don’t drink when your partner is expecting
17 August 2016Professor Robson has thrown his support behind Pregnant Pause, an initiative of the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education, asking partners, other family members and friends to support mothers-to-be by not drinking during the pregnancy.
If you still can't find what you are looking for, please contact FARE at (02) 6122 8600 or email email@example.com.