BLOG: 9th Anniversary Of Thai Alcohol Control Act

On the occasion of the the 9th anniversary of the Alcohol Control Act in Thailand, it’s time to take stock: liquor businesses are still the champion in challenging the alcohol law with false advertisement, with price discounts, sales promotions, with selling alcohol to children under the age 20, with violating the time periods when alcohol sales are allowed, and with violating prohibited sales locations. This is a shocking and sad track record, especially since these violations can still be found numerously…

BLOG: Chang Beer Targeting Kids

By targeting children and youth, through sports and music sponsorship, Chang beer wants to establish brand recognition and allegiance and they aim on enticing young people to start using alcohol earlier and more. In the long-run, they want to turn Thailand from an abstaining into alcohol consuming society…

BLOG: Bhutan: From IOGT World Congress To Alcohol Policy

Bhutan has adopted a comprehensive alcohol policy, after more than four years of work – and part of that journey was the IOGT International World Congress in Thailand in 2014…

BLOG: Alcohol Control Under Military Government

Thailand has become more fragile recently, due to the ongoing conflict inside the government which still hasn’t been resolved. Nevertheless, the Alcohol Control Policy has made some progress. But we cannot rest since there are a lot of lobbying attacks being waged against health promotion measures…