Submission to the National Sports Plan

Submission to the National Sports Plan

  • 17 August 2017
  • The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) and Bluearth welcomed the opportunity to make a submission on the development of the National Sports Plan. FARE’s submission contained six recommendations, and calls for the establishment of a sports sponsorship replacement fund, with revenue to be generated from a long overdue and much needed reform of the alcohol tax system.
    Submission to the Tax Deductable Gift Recipient Reform Opportunities Discussion Paper

    Submission to the Tax Deductable Gift Recipient Reform Opportunities Discussion Paper

  • 18 July 2017
  • The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) welcomes the opportunity to provide comment on the Tax Deductable Gift Recipient Reform Opportunities Discussion Paper (Discussion Paper). FARE recognises that the NFP sector has and continues to play an important role in Australian society, but maintains that political interference and increased bureaucracy will not contribute to supporting a sector that has for decades worked to achieve positive social, cultural and environmental change.
    Swift, Certain and Fair Approaches to Sentencing Family Violence Offenders: Discussion Paper

    Swift, Certain and Fair Approaches to Sentencing Family Violence Offenders: Discussion Paper

  • 31 May 2017
  • The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) welcomed the opportunity to make a submission on the Swift, Certain and Fair Approaches to Sentencing Family Violence Offenders: Discussion Paper (Discussion Paper). FARE’s submission contained 17 recommendations, with the recommendation to pilot a project with ‘swift and certain’ responses for alcohol-related offences being one.

    Prevention 1st Pre-Budget submission 2017-18

  • 3 March 2017
  • The Prevention 1st Pre-Budget 2017-18 submission to Treasury identifies four actions to target the key chronic disease risk factors: alcohol consumption, tobacco use, physical inactivity and poor nutrition.