In November APYN participated in several events connected to our main area of interest - alcohol policy. We attended RARHA and APN Symposium and the 7th EAPC.
This year between 2nd and 8th November APYN and LiMSA organized the 2nd Regional European Alcohol Policy Youth Conference that took place in Kaunas, Lithuania.
The 7th European Alcohol Policy will be in Slovenia on 21th - 23nd November. Join the conference as a Youth Delegate with this special offer.
The 2nd REAPYC will be held in Kaunas, Lithuania, from 2nd till 8th of November 2016 and will gather young people from different countries of the Baltic Sea Region.
The 3rd European Alcohol Policy Youth Conference will come back home to Bled, Slovenia on 12th - 16th May 2016. Early birds' fee is available until 31st January 2016.
A letter to the editor describing the actions taken by the Portuguese Triangle Project coalition was just published in the journal Acta Médica Portuguesa
APYN and other NGOs resign from the EU Alcohol and Health Forum as calls for new Alcohol Strategy are ignored
Public Health NGOs have today resigned from the EU Alcohol and Health Forum, following the announcement by Commissioner Andriukaitis that he has no plans to establish a new EU Alcohol Strategy.
We have talked to Katherine Brown, the director of the Institute of Alcohol Studies, on the topic of alcohol advertising in sports.
Eurocare - the European Alcohol Policy Alliance, Institute of Alcohol Studies and Monash University have presented a new report on alcohol advertising during the 2014 F1 Monaco GP.
The first EAPYC in Bled was recognised as a good practice of the past Youth in Action programme at the Europan Youth Week in Brussels in 2015.
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