EUCAM - European Centre for Monitoring Alcohol Marketing

European road-safety & alcohol-prevention lobby to confront alcohol sponsorship of F1

European road-safety & alcohol-prevention lobby to confront alcohol sponsorship of F1

July 20th, 2014
The road-safety lobby is preparing a campaign against Formula One over its links with the alcohol industry, according to The Daily Telegraph. The campaign will follow road-safety and alcohol-prevention NGOs having successfully lobbied against Federation Internationale de l'Automobile’s president Jean Todt’s ambitions of a job at the United Nations.
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After Brazil, Russia also suspends its alcohol regulations for the FIFA World Cup

After Brazil, Russia also suspends its alcohol regulations for the FIFA World Cup

July 10th, 2014
A bill recently approved by the State Duma temporarily suspends recently introduced regulations on alcohol marketing in Russia in 2018 for the occasion of hosting the FIFA World Cup.
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Talking Alcohol Advertising: Sunny Beach, Denmark?

Talking Alcohol Advertising: Sunny Beach, Denmark?

May 11th, 2014
In our latest guest blog, Ina Johansen of Alcohol & Society is amazed by the phenomenon of 16+ parties and asks if Denmark is the only country where alcoholic parties are being organized specifically for minors.
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Alcohol industry riding the wave of economic recession

Alcohol industry riding the wave of economic recession
13 July 2014
The alcohol industry has reacted on the economic recession by taking various actions. A new EUCAM trend report aims to provide insight in the marketing tactics of the alcohol industry in this period. Moreover, it describes patterns in alcohol consumption during the recession period.
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Research suggests online alcohol marketing leads to young people drinking more, more often and at an earlier age

Research suggests online alcohol marketing leads to young people drinking more, more often and at an earlier age
30 September 2013
A newly published review of currently available scientific literature shows exposure to online alcohol marketing leads to advancing the onset of alcohol consumption, increasing the amount consumed, as well as the frequency of consumption. This literature review is one of the main program points in the online conference on digital alcohol marketing, organized by EUCAM (The European Centre for Monitoring Alcohol Marketing) on the 31st of October.
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