Tagged: GAPC 2013

BLOG: Higher Alcohol Taxes Create More Jobs

The new research gives advocates for evidence-based alcohol policy measures another strong argument to counter Big Alcohol myths about the negative impact of alcohol regulations on the economy…

With the evidence that is now piling up, I think that advocates for public health, societal development and economic sustainability can feel confident in including alcohol policy measures, such as taxation, into the mix of measures that yield benefit across different sectors. This is what we in IOGT International are convinced about: evidence-based alcohol policy measures are useful (and too often still under-used) tools for making the world a better place…

BLOG: Best Of GAPC 2013

The best tweet, the most though-provoking presentation, the most beautiful IOGT moment and the biggest personal highlight from the Global Alcohol Policy Conference 2013, Seoul, South Korea – or simply a not-so-usual report from a not-so-ordinary conference…