Advancing Public Health in International Alcohol Control
Hear leading international alcohol policy experts examine options for the future global governance of alcohol. Places strictly limited – Secure your ticket today
- Thursday 03 October 2019 01:30 pm until Thursday 03 October 2019 04:30 pm (Add to calendar)
- Mia Miller
- Presented by:
- Centre for Alcohol Policy Research
- Type of Event:
- Current Student: Undergraduate; Current Student: Postgraduate; Community Event; Conference; Graduations and prizes; Public Lecture; Seminar/Workshop/Training; Public
Urgent action is needed by governments to control the marketing, labelling and availability of alcohol given the growing evidence about the burden of disease and premature mortality associated with alcohol use.
Alcohol is a global health issue. The sources of the harm (especially in the form of global alcohol industry conduct) cross borders, and the potential solutions to these problems increasingly require international innovation and solidarity through global governance. Yet alcohol is the great exception among problematic psychoactive substances in not being covered by any public health-oriented international drug control conventions.
Join us at this public event to hear from leading international alcohol policy experts as they examine:
- Options for the future global governance of alcohol
- Australia’s role in the global governance of alcohol
Registration is essential, places are strictly limited.
This event is part of the broader Public Health and Global Governance of Alcohol conference taking place from 30 September to 3 October 2019.
Professor David Jernigan (USA)
Health Law, Policy & Management, Boston University
Professor Sally Casswell (New Zealand)
Director SHORE & Co-Director SHORE/Whariki Research Centre
President of the Global Alcohol Policy Alliance, as well as of the Kettil Bruun Society
Maik Dünnbier (Sweden)
Director of Strategy and Advocacy
Rooms 2.10 and 2.11, Level 2, La Trobe University (City Campus) 360 Collins St, Melbourne, VIC
360 Collins St, Melbourne