Sandra Radoš Krnel 1, Gorazd Levičnik 2, Wim van Dalen 3, Giulia Ferrarese 3, Sandra Tricas-Sauras 4 5 J. Epidemiol Glob Health;  2023 Mar;13(1):115-128. doi: 10.1007/s44197-023-00088-2.Epub 2023 Feb 2. Abstract Background: The rapid growth of social networking sites and video sharing platforms has created an opportunity for the alcohol industry to employ advanced advertising and marketing approaches to target their audiences, increasingly blurring the lines between Read More →

“This fact sheet describes the many forms of alcohol marketing, how they affect consumption and heavy consumption, how they can be effectively regulated and enforced, and why they need to be implemented.” Find more from PAHO, Pan American Health Organization (December 2022)

Overview This comprehensive report details the full extent of the way that alcohol is being marketed across national borders – often by digital means – and often regardless of the social, economic or cultural environment in receiving countries. It highlights how increasingly sophisticated advertising and promotion techniques, including linking alcohol brands to sports and cultural Read More →

23 June 2022,  | World Health Organization ; Technical document   Overview The digital ecosystem for tobacco, alcohol and unhealthy food marketing is complex and is changing quickly. Understanding the digital ecosystem is essential to being able to make decisions and advise policy-makers on what is needed to ensure that children are safe and not Read More →

        BMC Public Health 2018 18:688 Sarah Bates, John Holmes, Lucy Gavens, Elena Gomes de Matos, Jessica Li, Bernadette Ward, Lucie Hooper, Simon Dixon and Penny Buykx ©  The Author(s). 2018 Email authorView ORCID ID profile Open Peer Review reports Abstract Background Globally, alcohol is causally related to 2.5 million deaths per year and 12.5% of these are due to cancer. Previous research has indicated Read More →

Alcohol consumption is responsible for 3.3 million deaths globally or nearly 6% of all deaths. Alcohol use contributes to both communicable and noncommunicable diseases, as well as violence and injuries. The purpose of this review is to discuss, in the context of the expansion of transnational alcohol corporations and harms associated with alcohol use, policy Read More →

Authors: Gallopel-Morvan,Spilka, Mutatayi, Rigaud, Lecas & Beck Title: France’s Évin Law on the control of alcohol advertising: content, effectiveness and limitations Journal: Addiction, 2016, 10.1111/add.13431. Abstract: Aims: To assess the effectiveness of the 2015 version of the French Évin Law that was implemented in 1991 with the objective of protecting young people from alcohol advertising. Design: Data were Read More →