Alcohol Library

European Alcohol and Health Forum
"Alcohol Library": List of documents

The responsibility for the content of the documents listed here lies with their authors. The content of these documents does not necessarily represent the views of the European Commission, nor is the Commission responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained herein.

The library is mainly based on proposals made by members of the European Alcohol and Health Forum, and will be continuously expanded and updated.


Source of InformationTitle
Alcohol Action IrelandWebsite
Assurance Maladie FrançaiseContribution de l’Assurance Maladie française sur Stratégie globale de la Commission européenne pour réduire les dommages liés à l’alcool en Europe à l’horizon fin 2012pdf(202 KB)
Brewers of EuropeBrewers of Europe report on self regulation of beer advertising (May 2010)
DiageoDRINKiQ initiative for a responsible consumption of alcohol
EASA (European Advertising Standards Alliance)EASA Digital Marketing Communications Best Practicepdf(2 MB)
ELSA project (Enforcement of national Laws and Self-regulation on advertising and marketing of Alcohol)The impact of alcohol advertisingpdf(2 MB)
EurocareWebsite
European Forum for Responsible Drinking(EFRD)TV & Print Compliance Monitoring Report done by EASA and commissioned by EFRD and Brewers of Europe:
- Report 2005pdf(682 KB)
- Report 2006pdf(824 KB)
- Report 2007pdf(2 MB)
- Report 2008pdf(282 KB)

Template Server Training Books, commissioned by EFRD & ICAP:
- Server’s Guidepdf(2 MB)
- Trainer’s Guidepdf(2 MB)

Template for consumer information website, commissioned by EFRD & CEPS:
- Template for consumer information website- July 2008pdf(362 KB)

Learning from a six-years Pan-European Designated- Driver campaigns, supported by the European Commission:
- Guidelines for designated driver campaignspdf(2 MB)

Consumers are becoming increasingly sensitive to responsible drinking. Are you sure your marketing is?
- Brochure on www.marketresponsibly.eupdf(244 KB)
- Market Responsibly website

Responsible drinking website

European Spirits Organisation - CEPS2006 Charter Implementation Reportpdf(2 MB)
2007 Charter Implementation Reportpdf(2 MB)
2008 Charter Implementation Reportpdf(2 MB)
2009 Charter Implementation Reportpdf(2 MB)

2006 Drinks Industry Initiatives Brochurepdf(927 KB)
2007 Drinks Industry Initiatives Brochurepdf(2 MB)
2008 Drinks Industry Initiatives Brochurepdf(2 MB)
FDS International and Volterra ConsultingAdvertising and the misuse of alcohol
Health Alliance on Alcoholhttp://www.healthallianceonalcohol.com/home.php
Health Service Executive (Ireland)Alcohol Related Harm in Irelandpdf(590 KB)
International Center for Alcohol Policies (ICAP)ICAP Review 3. Noncommercial Alcohol in Three Regionspdf(487 KB)

Book Synopsis - Swimming with Crocodiles: The Culture of Extreme Drinkingpdf(74 KB)
- Two chapters available

Issue 1. ICAP Periodic Review on Drinking and Culturepdf(422 KB)

Alcohol and Violence: Exploring Patterns and Responsespdf(938 KB)
ICC (international Chamber of Commerce)Advertising and marketing communication practice. Consolidated ICC codepdf(721 KB)
IOGT-NTOGlobal Hangover - Alcohol as an obstacle to developmentpdf(2 MB)

HIV and Alcoholpdf(3 MB)

Cheers to the familypdf(3 MB)
Portman GroupSetting the responsible drinking agendapdf(3 MB)
SABMillerWebsite on responsible drinking
- Talkingalcohol.com urges parents to talk to their children

Alcohol Responsibility Messagingpdf(6 MB)

SABMiller Consumer Communication 2010pdf(2 MB)
SHAAP (Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems)Alcohol. Price, Policy and Public Health. Report on the findings of the expert workshop on price convened by SHAAPpdf(202 KB)
The Finnish Foundation for alcohol studiesReport on activities 2007pdf(148 KB)
United KingdomHouse of Commons
Health Select Committee report on Alcoholpdf(2 MB), January 2010

The Government Response to the Health Select Committee Report on Alcoholpdf(2 MB), March 2010
Wine in moderationWebsite

Implementation report 2008-2009pdf(3 MB)
WBA (Worldwide Brewing Alliance)Worldwide Brewing Alliance. Global social responsibility initiativespdf(5 MB)