Reducing the harm from alcohol by regulating cross-border alcohol marketing, advertising and promotion: a technical report
This comprehensive report details the full extent of the way that alcohol is being marketed across national borders – often by digital means – and often regardless of the social, economic or cultural environment in receiving countries.
This report presents the attitudes of New Zealand adults to the SAFER policy interventions from the 2019/20 Alcohol Use in New Zealand Survey (AUiNZ).
This study finds that alcohol advertising deals are widespread in the AFL and NRL men’s competitions. However, alcohol advertising across the codes is not ubiquitous, indicating that alcohol advertising deals are not a pre-requisite for success or popularity of teams.
This analysis reveals that the AFL and NRL 2018 grand finals were highly saturated with alcohol advertising, the vast majority of which took place during children’s TV viewing hours.
Evidence on the nature and extent of alcohol promotion and the consequences for young people's alcohol consumption
Young people are more likely to start drinking alcohol earlier and at risky levels as a direct result of alcohol companies targeting them via advertising, this review by Curtin University has found.
Developing an alternative alcohol advertising complaint review system: lessons from a world-first public health advocacy initiative
This article argues that a public-health advocacy model to regulate alcohol advertising proves a success in WA and could be replicated elsewhere.
Amid concerns that children are exposed to thousands of alcohol advertisements during sport broadcasts, the Brewers Association claims there is no link or very little link between alcohol advertising and alcohol misuse, including underage drinking.