Alcohol Policy Youth Network
Network of youth organizations working on prevention and reduction of alcohol-related harm.
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Rok Primožič is the new APYN's Secretary General stepping in the office on 1st April 2015. With his large experience on youth and students' field in Europe, he will be a great additional value to the network.
07.04.2015
Call for tender for the preparation and implementation of the external evaluation of the European project and preparation of the final evaluation report.
06.04.2015
APYN calls for a new Secretary General that will step in the office in March/ April '15. Since we search for fluent Slovenian and English speakers only, the rest of the call is in Slovenian.
23.01.2015
Programme Manager for Alcohol, Illicit Drugs and Prison Health Programmes at the World Health Organization Lars Møller presented the topic of Alcohol labeling on 2nd EAPYC in Bursa, Turkey.
15.01.2015
The Let it hAPYN project lunched the *Boost your project idea* call that allows youth organizations to improve their project ideas on the field of alcohol. With experienced coaches, your project will make even a bigger change.
22.12.2014
After a very successful 1st European Alcohol Policy Youth Conference (EAPYC) in 2012 in Slovenia and 1st Regional European Alcohol Policy Youth Conference in Moldova, APYN is happy to announce that the 2nd EAPYC will take place in Bursa, Turkey between 10th and 16th December 2014 in cooperation with Civil Life Association.
17.09.2014
On 7th September 2014, the members of the Alcohol Policy Youth Network elected the 2014-2016 Executive Board and Monitoring Committee
10.09.2014
Eurocare announced the 6th European Alcohol Policy Conference which will take place on 27th and 28th November 2014 in Brussels.
08.09.2014
A report entitled "Engagement of youth organisations in prevention interventions in the field of alcohol policy" has been just presented by Institute Utrip, associated partner of the Let it hAPYN project
15.06.2014
Join us for three day training in Amsterdam, the Netherlands to learn about the evidence-approach towards alcohol interventions in youth organizations.
02.06.2014
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