IARD’s work is informed by the latest scientific evidence on alcohol and health, including alcohol policy. By bringing together data and research on drinking patterns, alcohol in society, and regulations at a national level, IARD examines best practice around policies and interventions that reduce harmful drinking. IARD’s tools and resources are intended to support practitioners in formulating approaches that can be adapted to local needs and contexts.
Information, resources, and examples helpful in creating, implementing, and evaluating alcohol education programs.
The guide also includes a compendium of good practice program examples.Learn More
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Working together to deliver change How a whole-of-society approach can combat heavy episodic drinking This report brings together data on trends in heavy episodic drinking at the regional and national level and showcases how partnerships among private and public sectors ...Read More
Working together to deliver change How a whole-of-society approach can help reduce underage drinking. This report brings together data on trends in underage drinking and looks at how partnerships between private and public sectors and communities, underpinned by appropriate regulation, ...Read More
This IARD Policy Review concentrates on the evidence of the effectiveness of health warning labels on alcohol beverages in reducing harmful drinking.IARD Policy Reviews cover the evidence on the impact of policy measures on drinking patterns and outcomes. They offer ...Read More
The Unrecorded Alcohol Toolkit has 3 main purposes: