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BLOG: The IOGT Year 2015

As 2015 is winding down and we are gearing up for another, new year – a significant one for IOGT International – I want to spend a moment or two and reflect about the IOGT year 2015…

BLOG: 38 Most Fascinating Moments Of 2013

2013 is a year in IOGT history filled with great successes and fantastic accomplishments. As it comes to an end, it’s time to reflect, remember and cherish those moments of glory and to express thanks and appreciation to everyone involved…

BLOG: The Fantastic Story Behind 1st Draft Of National Alcohol Policy Cambodia

Headed towards Life Set Free in Cambodia: It has been a long process with some bumps in the road. But last Monday I was called to a consultative meeting with commission eight in Cambodia’s Senate to give a key note address. They had invited a number of other senators, responsible ministries and representatives of WHO as well as civil society organizations…

BLOG: What’s up: Alcohol Policy Work in South East Asia

A lot is going on in ASEAN for the promotion of freedom and dignity and international cooperation between continents empowers exchange of knowledge and developing ever improving ways to prevent and reduce alcohol harm and to build peace, understanding and development…