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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.

Most Read News, Science and Blogs on the Alcohol Issues News Center in 2023

In 2023, Movendi International published more than 400 stories on our Alcohol Issues News Center: Alcohol policy news, science digests, ...

Carlsberg

Carlsberg Exposed: Beer Giant Participates in Oppression of Uyghurs

The Danish beer giant Carlsberg has been exposed for participating in the oppression of the Muslim minority in China. Carlsberg owns a ...

AB InBev, Heineken

Exposed: How Big Alcohol Plans to Capture Africa 

The African region is home to 16% of the world’s population. Out of this, only 5% are alcohol consumers. Culturally the people in ...

“Understanding Alcohol Harm as Feminist Issue”

Movendi International’s 9th episode of the Alcohol Issues podcast. This is a special edition. For Human Rights Day marking the end of ...

Worldwide Alcohol Policy Newsletter Week 27

Carefully curated highlights from Alcohol Policy News, Latest Science Digest, Big Alcohol Watch, an Upcoming Event Alert and another ...

Africa: Big Alcohol Drives Alcohol Use With Bigger Bottles

Using over-sized bottles, beer giant AB InBev is pumping up the volume in Africa in pursuit of ever more profits. A beer war is unfolding ...

Heineken

Africa: Is Heineken Brewing Better Future?

Heineken makes bold claims about brewing a better future in Africa, but does this beer giant actually do what they say? Author of ...

Rwanda: Big Alcohol Uses Sexist Marketing

The beer brand Skol was caught using sexist marketing in Rwanda. Skol printed sexist jokes on their beer bottles. One of the jokes read ...

Heineken

DR Congo: Heineken Billboards Glorify War

The multinational beer giant Heineken, the second largest beer producer in the world, has a long history of unethical marketing campaigns. ...

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