31 July, https://childreninscotland.org.uk/ From phasing out alcohol advertising at sporting events, to reducing how often alcohol is promoted on TV and online, David Mackay, Policy Manager at Children in Scotland, discusses children and young people’s approach to improving Scotland’s relationship with alcohol. The public consultation on restricting alcohol advertising and promotion launched by the Scottish Read More →

July 18, 2023; loan7d.com     Alcohol consumption has been a longstanding societal issue with significant social, economic, and health implications. In Bihar (state of India), the government’s decision to impose a ban on alcohol consumption in 2016 marked a bold step towards curbing the adverse effects of liquor and reshaping the state’s socio-cultural fabric. Read More →

Nicholas Carah speaking about Digital Alcohol Marketing at the Global Alcohol Policy Conference in Dublin in March 2020. Carah is Director of the Digital Cultures and Societies Hub in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and Associate Professor in the School of Communication and Arts at The University of Queensland. His research examines the Read More →

Mail online, 9 July 2023; By JENNIFER RUBY SHOWBUSINESS NEWS EDITOR Clean-living stars jumping on the lucrative booze bandwagon could lose their audience due to a lack of ‘authenticity’, insiders say The alcohol market is bursting with offerings from A-list actors and pop stars. But the latest batch of clean-living celebrities who have jumped on the Read More →

Alcohol Action Ireland, July 2023 In recent years, the marketing of what are called no- and low-alcohol beverages (NoLos), has been expanding, even though they are a small share of the alcohol market. The alcohol industry portrays these drinks as a solution for alcohol use or a harm reduction strategy for heavy alcohol users, but Read More →

WHO, april 2023 There is an expanding market of no- and low-alcohol beverages (NoLos). However, their effects on global ethanol consumption and public health are still questioned. Policies and regulations about NoLos’ availability, acceptability and affordability are lacking and evidence about their benefits is limited. Concerns have been raised about the impact of NoLos in Read More →