To date, the State Government’s ‘anti-drink driving education campaigns’ have been effective in reducing trauma on our roads. But what do we do about the 14% of WA drivers who despite having the right attitude of knowing the danger of drink driving, still irregularly or regularly offend? This campaign talks to this audience.
By Road Safety Commission (Australia)
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During the Aktionswoche Alkohol, which took place nationwide (Germany) from May 13 to 21, 2017, the Blue Cross Germany
launched its campaign “Your life. Your dream. Your decision. ”
The aim of the campaign is to raise public awareness of the issue of addiction and encourage people affected by addiction not to forget their dreams, to take up the fight against addiction and to make a decision for a self-determined life. All information about the campaign as well as all five short films can be found on the website: www.deine-entscheidung.com
Learn more from Fundación contra la Drogadicción (Spain, 2013) – FAD
A sobering infographic providing facts and statistics about Driving Under the Influence, better known as DUI. While the infographic correctly points out it is better to not drink and drive, too many people think they know better and get behind the wheel.
Finally, the boss is back! More than 30 million people worldwide have been charmed by the boss. This time, he has brought he’s mother and a lot of friends for a sober dance.
(Norway, June 2017)
Infographic by www.caron.org
“Life is not a bed of roses, but it’s better without a hangover.”Daybreak supports people to change their alcohol habits.
The app helps change habits with one-on-one coaching and a supportive community.
Whether the goal is to cut back or abstain from drinking, Daybreak provides around-the-clock and tailored support.
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By Hello Sunday Morning (Australia)
Supporting pregnant women who use alcohol or other drugs: Barriers to care from NDARC on Vimeo.
Supporting pregnant women who use alcohol or other drugs – A Guide for Primary Health Care Professionals, is an evidence-based resource developed by the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (Australia). You can download the document on the NDARC website – ndarc.med.unsw.edu.au/resource/supporting-pregnant-women-who-use-alcohol-or-other-drugs-guide-primary-health-care
The resource provides an overview of how to identify women who use alcohol or other drugs and support them with the treatment they may require.
How do you act when a minor younger sister or a brother asks to buy alcohol for them? Learning to say NO.
By Alko, the state alcohol retail monopoly in Finland (May 2017).
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Reality Cheque shows exactly how much it will cost if you decide to drive home after a few drinks—by placing the costs on an itemised receipt. This road safety message is delivered at the end of a night out, which is the exact moment when people often make a very costly decision to drive themselves home.
By Transport Accident Commission