FARE works with individuals, not-for-profit organisations, business and governments committed to achieving reductions in alcohol harm. We also support the efforts of other coalitions and alliances across the country in their efforts to advocate for alcohol policy reform.
National Alliance for Action on Alcohol
The National Alliance for Action on Alcohol (NAAA) is a national coalition of health and community organisations from across Australia that has been formed with the goal of reducing alcohol-related harm.
NSW and ACT Alcohol Policy Alliance
The NSW and ACT Alcohol Policy Alliance (NAAPA) is an alliance of 44 health, community, emergency services and research organisations that has been formed with the objective of promoting evidence-based actions to prevent and reduce acute and chronic alcohol-related harms in New South Wales (NSW) and the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). Since NAAPA’s launch in December 2012, the alliance has been active in meeting with decision makers, engaging in policy consultation processes, community advocacy and undertaking and releasing research.
Queensland Coalition for Action on Alcohol
The Queensland Coalition for Action on Alcohol (QCAA) is a coalition of like-minded health and community organisations in Queensland committed to reducing alcohol-related harm. Our aim is to identify and prioritise what needs to be done to achieve a cultural change that will reduce alcohol harms and improve the health and wellbeing of Queenslanders.
Alcohol Policy Coalition (Victoria)
The Alcohol Policy Coalition is a Victorian based collaboration of health and allied agencies who share a concern about the level of alcohol misuse and the associated health and social consequences for the community. The Alcohol Policy Coalition develops and promotes evidence-based policy responses that are known to be effective in preventing and reducing alcohol related problems.
Pubic Health Advocacy Institute of WA
PHAIWA aims to influence policy by promoting, supporting and implementing public health advocacy on local, state, national and international levels. We aim to raise the public profile and understanding of public health, develop local networks and create a statewide umbrella organisation capable of influencing public health policy and political agendas.