This research examines how the type and size of late night licensed premises in Adelaide’s entertainment precinct can positively or negatively affect perceptions of safety.
Hall & Partners Open Mind were engaged by the FARE to conduct an independent evaluation of the Women Want to Know project, which encourages health professionals to routinely discuss alcohol and pregnancy with women.
Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education – This study identifies a variety of claims in relation to the impact of the New South Wales liquor law reforms as either false or grossly exaggerated.
This research report summarises the results of a media literacy pilot program to counter alcohol industry advertising, which was delivered in four New South Wales high schools.
FARE commissioned ReachTEL to undertake polling of ACT residents to gain an understanding on attitudes towards alcohol, perceptions of safety and support for trading hour ‘last drinks’ policies.
The nation’s most comprehensive annual alcohol poll sheds light on what we drink and think.
This research report quantifies and compares the extent to which alcohol is used at secondary school events when students are present in New South Wales and Victoria, and examines school principals’ level of agreement with these practices, awareness of and support for state policies on this issue.
Centre for Alcohol Policy Research – This research report highlights the importance of collecting alcohol sales data and discusses the ideal approach to measuring alcohol consumption at the state and territory level in Australia.
FARE commissioned Galaxy Research to undertake polling of New South Wales residents to gain an understanding of their perspectives on alcohol policies.
This research report examines the long-term impact of the Voluntary Liquor Accord in the Norseman community in Western Australia’s Goldfields region.