FARE holds functions and events in various locations around Australia to highlight our research findings, present our policy proposals, engage with communities and like-minded stakeholders, and to facilitate discussions and debate about alcohol. We often post real-time updates on Twitter, and publish multimedia and written outputs to our website post-event.

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Symposium – Tackling cheap alcohol: policies to target products associated with high rates of harm

A forum for local, national and international policy practitioners, policy-makers, researchers, GAPC2017 attendees, government officials
3 October 2017, 65 Queens Road, Albert Park, VIC

The increasing availability of cheap alcohol across the globe is cause for concern. Evidence shows the lower the price of alcohol, the higher the levels of consumption and in turn higher rates of harm. Put simply, when it comes to reducing alcohol harm, price matters.

Join international and national experts to discuss the latest evidence of pricing policies and how public health practitioners use this research to frame messages to advocate for policies targeting cheap alcohol.

This is a free event hosted by the Institute of Alcohol Studies (IAS) and the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE).  It is also a pre-event symposium for the Global Alcohol Policy Conference (GAPC2017).

You can register for the event at the GAPC2017 conference website today.


Global Alcohol Policy Conference (#GAPC2017)

Mobilising for change: Alcohol policy and the evidence for action
4-6 October | Melbourne

GAPC2017 is hosted by the Global Alcohol Policy Alliance (GAPA), Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE), Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA), and the National Alliance for Action on Alcohol (NAAA), and maintains the tradition of focusing on advocacy, overcoming vested interests in alcohol policy development and the need for international collaboration to stop the harm caused by alcohol.