This Report provides a snapshot of the recent available data on alcohol use and harm during the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia, focusing on the period between March – May 2020.
The seriousness of alcohol’s role in family and intimate partner violence is evident in an Australian-first survey of specialists working in domestic violence during the COVID-19 pandemic.
FARE today welcomed the latest report from the NT Government that shows alcohol-fuelled harms are decreasing in the Territory.
The Australian Government is making a significant investment in the health of future generations of Australians, according to the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE).
FARE congratulates Federal, State and Territory Ministers for finalising the National Alcohol Strategy 2019–2028 (the NAS).
FARE fears the NSW Government will end up regretting the day it rolled back Sydney’s late-night alcohol measures.
A road trip of reform is establishing a new Territory norm of progressively reducing alcohol-fuelled harm.
The National Alcohol Strategy (NAS) provides Australia with a national framework to stop alcohol-related-harm, but analysis of the draft documents found four specific ways in which the strategy had been modified.
The Queensland Coalition for Action on Alcohol (QCAA) says the comprehensive evaluation of Queensland’s late-night measures has found the reforms are achieving important reductions in alcohol-fuelled harm.
The Labor Party is to be congratulated for putting alcohol-harm on the national policy agenda ahead of the federal election.