FARE continues to lead discussions on alcohol policy and prevention strategies across Australia. As the only not-for-profit organisation focusing solely on preventing alcohol harms, FARE works collaboratively to advocate for evidence-based policies to reduce alcohol harms.
The Foundation supports policy reforms that contribute to a reduction in alcohol-related harms in Australia. Our policy work is informed by the evidence of what is most effective in reducing alcohol-related harms. We support the progression of population-based health measures, which take into consideration the far reaching and complex impacts of alcohol-related harms.
We work collaboratively with a range of organisations, government agencies, law enforcement, medical professionals, and community representatives to pursue policy reform.
Latest Policy Submissions
FARE submission to the Review of the Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991 – draft Regulatory Impact Statement
FARE’s submission to the Review of the Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991 – draft Regulatory Impact Statement. In our submission, FARE took the strong stance that the health and wellbeing of the Australian community must be prioritised above the profits of alcohol companies.
This week FARE submitted to the Draft National Preventative Health Strategy (NPHS) consultation. In our submission, FARE welcomed the inclusion of a focus area on reducing alcohol harms.