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Papers from the Global Alcohol Policy Conference 2013

The second Global Alcohol Policy Conference was held in Seoul, South Korea, 7 - 9 October 2013. During the three deys a substantial number of papers were presented on the conference theme "From local and national action to global change". Some of these presentations are available for download in the article below.

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Here you can access the official web site of GAPC 2013.

Papers written by participants from FORUT, FORUT's partners and from collaborating organisations can be downloaded here:

Half the world's population do not drink - what should the polic implications be (Øystein Bakke and Dag Endal, FORUT Norway)

Alcohol in all policies (Maik Duennbier, IOGT International)

Government expenditure on alcohol - Related harm in South Africa (Savera Kalideen, Soul City)

Adressing policy change through multilevel approach (Torunn Sæther, Blue Cross and Øystein Bakke, FORUT)

Industry strategies to undermine alcohol policies in Sri Lanka (Shakya Nanayakkara, FISD Sri Lanka)

Big Alcohol (Sven-Olov Carlsson, IOGT International)

Influencing national alcohol policy in Zambia (Francis Phiri, ZNAHUA)

Alcohol effects on the family (Mphonyane Mofokeng, ADAAL Lesotho)

Lessons learned in raising alcohol agenda (Rogers Kasirye, UYDEL Uganda)

Alcohol expectancies and youth (Shakya Nanayakkara, FISD Sri Lanka)

Malawi - a best pratice in alcohol policy formulation (Dag Endal, FORUT; Carina Ferreira-Borges, WHO Africa; Nelson Zakeyu, Drug Fight Malawi and Betraice Mwagomba, Ministry of Health, Malawi)

Alcohol and gender-bases violence (Shakya Nanayakkara, FISD Sri Lanka)

Liquor licensing - Social harm reduction challenges in Zambia (Francis Phiri, ZNAHUA)

Alcohol advertising media advocacy and training in South Africa (Savera Kalideen, Soul City)

 

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