The Awareness Week on Alcohol Related Harm will begin next week, 24-28 November, 2014.
Aim: To drive better, more effective, policies to reduce alcohol harm.
The European Awareness Week on Alcohol Related Harm (AWARH) was initiated in 2013 to call for the renewal of the EU Alcohol Strategy. During AWARH'13, healthcare stakeholders presented the Roundtable Conclusions on Reducing Alcohol Related Harm and MEPs opened discussions on working collaboratively on the need to renew the EU Alcohol Strategy.
Further information including campaign materials, media releases, newsletters, achievements so far, an e-drink check tool as well as the different AWARH activities which will take place during the week can be found at www.awarh.eu
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