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Parents Who Host, Lose The Most

The “Parents Who Host, Lose The Most: Don’t be a party to teenage drinking” is public awareness campaign (2011, USA) developed by Drug-Free Action Alliance to educate parents about the health and safety risks of serving alcohol at teen parties and to increase awareness of and compliance with the Underage Drinking Laws. 22 more words

Full apologies

Teens are fully aware of the potential consequences of drinking and driving. The problem is they just aren’t afraid of dying.
After talking to over 500 teens we uncovered an insight that would power this groundbreaking campaign. 131 more words

We Save Lives

We Save Lives (WSL) is an international coalition, saving lives by preventing crashes and crimes from the 3 Ds: Drunk, Drugged, and Distracted driving through legislative efforts and grassroots organizing at the national, state, and local levels.
Campaign: March 2016

Alcohol.Think Again - Doctor, I See

In January 2011 (new videos from March 2016), Balance launched ‘Drinking causes damage you can’t see’. The campaign aimed to highlight the dangers of drinking above the recommended alcohol limits. 168 more words


Its the Bartender who should assess persons condition and stop selling to a drunk person. Campaign by the Norway´s Ministry of Health.
More information: https://helsenorge.no/rus-og-avhengighet/alkohol/alkohol-slik-vurderer-bartenderen-deg

Minimum Unit Price

We’re all paying a massive hidden price for cheap alcohol. It fuels violence, threatens our kids, keeps people from work and is responsible for injury, illness and death. 72 more words