Deep South Alcohol and Drug Harm Reduction Hui 18th -19th March 2024 Dunedin
The 2024 Deep South Alcohol and Drug Harm Reduction Hui will be held on
Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th of March 2024 at the Dunedin Art Gallery.
This Hui is a free event open to everyone, and will feature a number of keynote speakers while also providing an opportunity to network and build relationships with others who are committed to alcohol and drug harm reduction in Otago and Southland. Places are limited to 100 attendees.
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DEFINING OUR FUTURE – ALCOHOL POLICY AND PLANNING FORUM
HELD IN TAMAKI MAKAURAU/AUCKLAND ON 17TH AND 18TH JULY 2023
Alcohol Healthwatch celebrates two inspiring and unifying days at our Defining Our Future – Alcohol Policy and Planning Forum, held in Tamaki Makaurau/Auckland on 17th and 18th July 2023.
We extend our thanks and appreciation to our wonderful hosts at Te Noho Kotahitanga Marae, Te Pukenga-Unitec, to our inspiring speakers and contributors, and to all attendees.
We look forward sharing a collation of key themes and next steps with you soon. In the meantime we share presentations, resources and photos from our amazing two days together.
Kristen Maynard: Te Tiriti o Waitangi and alcohol law
Dr Jude Ball: Adolescent alcohol harm: research & policy implications
Caterina Giorgi: Alcohol in Australia
Kassie Hartendorp: Mobilising community & influencing policy
Nic Carah: Alcohol advertising on digital media platforms
Dr Rose Crossin: On-demand alcohol delivery
Ryan Gage: Generating political priority for alcohol policy reform
Prof. Sally Casswell: Aotearoa and global collaboration: benefits and mechanisms
Dr Tim Chambers: Bombarded by Booze: Children’s alcohol exposure in Aotearoa & how to stop it
Dr Tim Chambers: Interventions to reduce alcohol-related harms: a modelling study
July 2023: Factsheet - Alcohol sponsorship and marketing at music festivals in Aotearoa New Zealand
July 2023: Factsheet - Alcohol advertising exposure near schools in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland