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Alcohol advertising bans do not reduce related harm
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  • 02/05/2015
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Alcohol advertising bans do not reduce related harm

This Factsheet provides for background elements, drawing from peer-reviewed articles and grey literature, on the lack of impact of advertising bans to reduce alcohol-related harm.

Beer advertising self-regulation
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  • 21/12/2014
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Beer advertising self-regulation

This Factsheet provides for background elements, drawing from peer-reviewed articles and grey literature, on beer advertising self-regulation.

Self-regulation report - 2010
  • advocate
  • 01/10/2010
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Self-regulation report - 2010

This is the report on The Brewers of Europe’s commitment on self-regulation of commercial communications for beer, as submitted to the European Alcohol and Health Forum in 2007.

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Beer Advertising Monitoring Report 2008
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  • 01/10/2008
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Beer Advertising Monitoring Report 2008

This report provides an overview of the results of EASA’s coordinated monitoring compliance exercise with self-regulatory organisations across Europe on advertisements for beers that appeared in 2007

Briefing document on beer advertising in Europe
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  • 01/01/2007
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Briefing document on beer advertising in Europe

This Briefing Document on beer advertising provides for background information on beer advertising and the self-regulation mechanisms as of 2007.

Responsible Marketing of Alcoholic Beverages in Europe
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  • 01/04/2005
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Responsible Marketing of Alcoholic Beverages in Europe

This Report, covering the 2005 25 EU Member States together with Bulgaria, Norway, Romania, Switzerland and Turkey, concentrates on the self-regulatory and legislative environment for commercial communications.