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Cases of alcohol industry misconduct from around the world exposing the predatory practices.

A library of all the unethical methods of Big Alcohol – aggressive lobbying, unethical marketing, sabotaging of rules and institutions and much more, all in one place.

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Unveiling the self-regulation in Australia: ABAC’s quarterly Report on Alcohol Advertising

The Alcohol Beverages Advertising Code (ABAC) has launched their Quarterly Report in which emphasise the importance of proactively ...

Australia: Latest Injury and Hospitalisation Data Reveal Serious Alcohol Harm – Especially Among Men

the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare has revealed the extent of alcohol harm in the country. The latest injury and ...

Predatory Practice: Olympic Committee Enters Partnership with Big Alcohol Giant

For the first time ever, the International Olympic Committee has made a deal with the alcohol industry to sponsor events that celebrate the ...

Australia: Alcohol Companies Use Misleading Labeling

Alcohol companies are misleading people with ‘low sugar’ labels. A natioanlly representative poll exposed how alcohol companies use ...

Understanding the Potential Risks of Zero Alcohol Products

The absence of alcohol does not mean the absence of risk: this study explores the role of marketing strategies and ambiguous boundaries as ...

Why Australia Increases Its Beer, Tobacco Tax Every Six Months

Beer and other pro-health taxes have been increased in line with Australia’s inflation-indexed tax policies. Before the August ...

Case Study of How Woolworths Tried to Build an Alcohol Megastore in the Center of Aboriginal Communities

This case study of a proposed alcohol megastore in Darwin is, the first analysis of the impacts of corporate activities on Aboriginal ...

Exposing Five Common Alcohol Industry Assertions Undermining the Development of Australia’s National Alcohol Strategy

New research examining alcohol industry contributions to inform the development of Australia’s national alcohol strategy exposes ...

Gambling and Alcohol Companies Spend Big on Lobbying to Influence Australian Elections

Alcohol and gambling companies and their lobby front groups donated $2.165 million to Australia’s major political parties in 2021-22, ...

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