At GAPC2017, Tungamirai Zimonte, National Coordinator at the Southern African Alcohol Policy Alliance, discusses how social media’s capacity to influence and inform is key to future alcohol advocacy.
At the Global Alcohol Policy Conference 2017, Dr Bronwyn King, Chief Executive Officer of Tobacco Free Portfolios outlined her accidental career change – from clinical oncologist to Founder and CEO of a Not-For-Profit.
At GAPC2017, Dr Lilian Ghandour, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology and Applied Biostatistics at the American University of Beirut, discusses how alcohol-harm reduction policies in Lebanon remain absent.
At GAPC2017, Dr Anthony Lynham, Minister for State Development and Minister for Natural Resources and Mines, Member of Queensland Parliament, addresses how Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder awareness needs stronger links between research, clinical practice and policy.
At GAPC2017, Matej Košir, Director of the Institute for Research and Development (UTRIP) in Slovenia, discusses the role of advocacy in improving health-related policies and reducing alcohol-related harm in Europe.
t GAPC2017, Maik Düennbier, Director of Strategy and Advocacy at IOGT International, shares how agendas are the new, stronger approach in changing the outcomes of alcohol-related violence.
Alcohol harm expert Lucinda Westerman of NCD Alliance, London, makes a case for mobilising alliances to advocate for meaningful progress on alcohol and NCDs.
At GAPC2017, Kristina Sperkova, President of IOGT International discusses how political will is falling short in addressing the relationship between women’s rights and alcohol harm.
At GAPC2017, Bruce Livingston, Executive Director/CEO of Alcohol Justice shares some of the most pressing challenges of Big Alcohol in the United States of America.
At GAPC2017, Associate Professor Diana Egerton-Warburton, shares with us how Emergency departments (ED) internationally are at the forefront of dealing with the harmful effects of alcohol, and talks about the impact the Alcohol Harm in Emergency Departments (AHED) project has had in raising awareness and influencing alcohol policy.