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- Swift, Certain and Fair Approaches to Sentencing Family Violence Offenders: Discussion Paper
May 2017The 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.
- Preventive health: How much does Australia spend and is it enough?
June 2017This report examines the available evidence for national levels of expenditure on preventive health over the past 15 years, and compares spending in Australia with that of selected Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries.
- New report: Prevention better than cure – GOVT urged to spend to save Australian lives
14 June 2017A new economic report looking at what Australia invests in preventive health has found Australia ranks poorly on the world stage and has determined that governments must spend more wisely to contain the burgeoning healthcare budget.
- Driving change: a frontline perspective on alcohol harm
4 April 2017Driving Change from FAREAustralia on Vimeo. Driving change: a frontline perspective on alcohol harm What
- West Aussies the country’s biggest boozers
27 April 2017WA has Australia’s highest rate of drinkers, and more of them have increased their alcohol consumption in the past year compared to drinkers in other States.
- Australia’s ‘toxic’ drinking culture exposed
27 April 2017About a million Australian children are harmed as a result of their carer's drinking, a report on the nation's relationship with alcohol shows.
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