December 2, 2021 The No escape: how alcohol advertising preys on children and vulnerable people report highlights the ways in which alcohol marketing can impact those in recovery. In this blog, Peter and Nikki share their stories of recovery and shine a light upon how alcohol marketing can make the journey more difficult. “I try to put Read More →

20th December 2022 | Jem Roberts, Institute of Alcohol Studies, UK The Scottish Government has launched a consultation on ‘Restricting alcohol advertising and promotion’, which proposes restricting advertising of alcohol on television, outdoor billboards, through sports and events sponsorship, and through branded merchandise and online. The aim is to reduce alcohol consumption across the population, Read More →

19-01-2023 Frequent exposure to alcoholic drinks advertisements to teenagers and the younger population has been linked to heavy drinking among the youth. This is according to the world health organization which notes that 13.5% of all deaths among persons aged 20–39 are alcohol-related. W.H.O. has to this end called on governments to integrate comprehensive restrictions Read More →

11 January 2023 Global Advertising Lawyers (GALA)  by Denise Mirandah (Mirandah Asia) (New York)     The Alcoholic Beverage Control Act, B.E. 2551 (“the ABCA”) poses challenges for manufacturers and content creators producing alcohol advertisement projects in Thailand. The ABCA aims to reduce alcohol-related problems by controlling the sale and advertisement of alcoholic beverages, and punishing non-compliance Read More →

Thursday, 5 January 2023 ; ; Seoirse Mulgrew  Alcohol Action Ireland is calling for legislation to protect children from “harmful alcohol marketing practices” to be commenced. It says Diageo, a multinational alcoholic beverage company, is the number four advertiser to Ireland’s children. It said at least 50,000 children in Ireland start to drink every year and 37pc Read More →