That alcohol wouldn´t leave you marked

By Secretaria de Salud Tabasco (Health Ministry, Mexico 2014)

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Someone Like Me

Like_USKyle, age 31, lives in Washington State and has fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). In Someone Like Me, Kyle spends a day showing his friend, 23-year-old Monica, around Seattle. Monica also has FASD. As they go sight-seeing in the city, they discuss both the challenges and the rewards of their disability.

A remarkable portrait of two people thriving against the odds, Someone Like Me offers an insight into the lives of people living with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder and shows that, sometimes, surviving adversity can lead to great things.

Available for streaming May 1, 2017 – April 30, 2019.

Watch the film HERE

Unveiling a new MADD

MADD

Still located at madd.org, the revamped site is easier to navigate with a modern design and intuitive navigation. Some of the improvements include:
# Easier Navigation – MADD cut out the jargon and focused on what you need to find. So, if you need help from MADD, it’s as simple as clicking “Get Help.” If you want to be part of the solution to end drunk driving, check out “The Solution” page.
# People first – The facts and figures surrounding drunk and drugged driving, as well as underage drinking, are informative, but they aren’t the real story. That begins with the people – those impacted, those fighting and those moving the mission forward. So, we changed the flow of information to keep the focus on people.
# Mobile friendly – In an effort to be user friendly, the site is now easier to visit and explore no matter the size of your screen.

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Too Young To Drink 2017

The network of partner organizations has now exceeded 80 organizations in 36 countries around the world, working together to raise awareness of FASD internationally.
In its previous three editions (2014, 2015, and 2016), the campaign was based on the concept, created by Fabrica, the Benetton group’s communication research center, of a baby inside an alcoholic drink (baby in bottles, 2014, and “baby cocktail”, 2015 and 2016). This year, a new visual component was developed. It consists of a drawing, which was created by the Italian artist, art director, satirical author, Beppe Mora.
The campaign is coordinated by the Local Health Authority no.2 “Marca Trevigiana” (Veneto Region, Italy), which offered consultancy for the social marketing strategy and evaluation, basing on the experience of the project “Mamma Beve Bimbo Beve.”

For further information: www.tooyoungtodrink.org

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