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NordAN has more than 90 member organisations from 10 northern countries.
Drinking alcohol is a deeply ingrained part of the northern dimension area societies and the many people who drink regularly to excess cause damage far beyond their own bodies. The consequences of drinking go far beyond the individual drinker’s health and well-being. Directly and indirectly they affect the well-being and way of life of million of others.
The When Parents Drink Seminar is part of the open programme of the Expert Conference on Alcohol and Health 21-22 September 2009 in Stockholm organised by the Swedish Ministry of Health and Social Affairs in cooperation with the European Commissions Directorate General for Health and Consumers (DG SANCO)