Case library

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.

Communities from Around the World Call on Netflix to Exclude Alcohol Ads 

In November, Netflix will start rolling out its new and cheaper ad-supported package “basic with ads” for $6.99, per month. ...

Special Feature: Exposed How Big Alcohol Uses Pop Culture to Perpetuate the Alcohol Norm

This special feature exposes how Big Alcohol uses pop culture to perpetuate the alcohol norm. Using pop culture to promote alcohol ...

Big Alcohol Deploys Pop Culture to Promote Brand, Drive Consumption – Examples from Japan and UK

Using pop culture to promote alcohol products to young audiences is not a new strategy for Big Alcohol. But two recent examples expose how ...

Special Feature: Big Alcohol Exploits Popular Culture to Target Asian Youth

This special feature exposes how Big Alcohol exploits popular culture to target Asian young people. This feature exposes how Big Alcohol ...

Alcohol Issues Newsletter – No. 11

Welcome to No. 11 of Movendi International’s Weekly Alcohol Issues Newsletter 2022. We bring you carefully curated alcohol policy news, ...

Alcohol Issues Newsletter – No. 38

December 06 – December 10, 2021 Welcome to edition 38 of the weekly Alcohol Issues Newsletter with carefully curated alcohol policy ...

South Korea: Alcohol Industry Pushes for Weakening of Alcohol Policy

The alcohol industry in South Korea recorded more sales in 2020 even amidst the raging COVID-19 pandemic. Yet, Big Alcohol is pushing to ...

Alcohol Issues Newsletter – No. 33

Welcome to our weekly Alcohol Issues Newsletter No. 33 with carefully curated alcohol policy news, latest highlights from our science ...

WHO: Countries Request Accelerated Action on Alcohol

A decision unanimously adopted at the World Health Organization’s Executive Board meeting calls the global alcohol burden a ...

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