Life Set Free

We are 143 Member Organizations from 58 countries, working to providing opportunities and environments for all people to thrive and live up to their full potential. Our lifestyle and advocacy work creates the conditions for all people to lead happier, healthier, richer, and freer lives.

Global Voices

Our diverse, borderless and largely volunteer-driven community for ideas and opinions, analysis and commentary. Our articles inform the global conversation on alcohol and other drugs, shed light on breaking news and convey exciting stories.

  • Brenda Mkwesha

    Advocacy And Member Visit In Ghana

    Brenda shares her impressions and some key lessons from her recent trip to visit our members in Ghana: “Alcohol adversely impacts 13 of 17 Sustainable Development Goals and is a heavy burden on progress in Africa. But it’s great to know we are rising, from every corner of the continent…”

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  • Tungamirai Zimonte

    Alcohol Industry Wreaking Havoc Around Zimbabwe

    Other people I spoke to are of the opinion that the authorities are deliberately turning a blind eye to the proliferation of both legal and illegal alcohol outlets in an attempt to shock absorb the frustration and discontent resulting from the increasing economic hardships…

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  • Kristina Sperkova

    After CSW – A Question For The Feminist Movement

    Many people at CSW are talking about breaking norms but fewer are ready to tackle norms that we, according to the evidence, do not benefit from. The alcohol norm is incredibly harmful to women and girls. My questions remains: why is the feminist movement so comfortable with it?

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