EUROCARE (The European Alcohol Policy Alliance) is an alliance of some 50 voluntary and non-governmental organizations across 20 European countries working on the prevention of alcohol related harm in Europe.
EPHA is an international non-profit association registered in Belgium. Our membership is composed of not-for-profit organisations working on all aspects of public health.
Europe against Drugs is a European non profit drug policy Foundation that advocates a prevention and recovery oriented drug policy at national and international level.
The European Centre for Monitoring Alcohol Marketing or EUCAM was established in 2007 by STAP (Dutch institute for alcohol policy) in the Netherlands and operates under the support of the NGOs: ACTIS; AV.OG.TIL; IOGT-NTO; NAD (Nordic Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research); Danish Alcohol Policy Network and; Eurocare Italia. Since 2008 the State Agency for Prevention of Alcohol-Related Problemes (PARPA) became a supporting partner of EUCAM.
Phepa, the Primary Health Care European Project on Alcohol , is a European Platform of professionals and institutions from 24 EU countries that joined together to achieve consensus in the field, to develop useful products and to provide through this website information and resources for professionals across the EU who want to know more about the management of alcohol problems in primary health care settings.
The Forum, scheduled to meet twice a year, is to focus especially on concrete actions to protect children and young people and to prevent irresponsible commercial alcohol communication and sales. The move comes at a time when an estimated 200,000 Europeans die every year because of harmful alcohol use. More than one out of four deaths among young men is attributed to alcohol.