NSW political party response to NAAPA Election Platform: Not one more

March 2015: NAAPA wrote to each of the political parties and independents contesting the NSW state election in March, seeking their responses to 15 key alcohol policy questions outlined in the alliance’s election platform. Find out what how each of the political representatives scored, what they intend to do to reduce alcohol harms, and what commitments they have made for the next term.

FASD clinic funding: FARE and NAAPA welcome state government announcement

Today’s announcement that the Baird Government will invest in the prevention of harm to children from alcohol has been welcomed by the country’s leading alcohol research and advocacy organisation and an alliance of 47 organisations working to promote evidence-based actions to prevent alcohol-related harms in NSW.

NSW Election Poll: Majority support for alcohol measures

Two thirds of New South Wales (NSW) residents support the measures introduced last summer to curb alcohol-fuelled violence and, just weeks out from the 2015 State Election, voters are now calling on party leaders to outline their plans to address alcohol harms.

Frontline health experts call on NSW government to maintain lockouts

Amid growing concern that the NSW Government may buckle to industry pressure, the NSW ACT Alcohol Policy Alliance (NAAPA) has today called on the Acting Premier Troy Grant to give an unqualified assurance that he will not reverse the successful life-saving measures introduced in Sydney to prevent alcohol-related violence.

Not one more: NSW MP’s urged to back new plan on alcohol

The State’s leading coalition of health professionals, emergency and law enforcement services, community members and researchers will today unveil a roadmap to reduce alcohol harms across New South Wales (NSW). With the State again bracing for an increase in harms over the summer, and the NSW election only months away, the Government and Opposition are READ MORE

NAAPA 2015 NSW Election Platform

November 2014: NAAPA’s 2015 NSW Election Platform lays out a clear roadmap to prevent and reduce alcohol harms, and contains five key policy priority measures: protecting children and families, putting communities first, reducing disability and disease, preventing street violence and building a robust alcohol harm prevention framework.

Alcohol inquiry cautioned not to judge without proper evaluation

The NSW ACT Alcohol Policy Alliance (NAAPA) has warned a NSW Parliamentary Committee against prematurely judging measures to reduce alcohol-related violence in NSW. In its submission to the NSW Legislative Assembly Committee on Law and Safety’s Inquiry into measures to reduce alcohol and drug-related violence, NAAPA has also taken aim at the alcohol industry’s attempts READ MORE

NAAPA Forum: Alcohol Policy in NSW: Where to now?

The NAAPA Forum focused on three key elements of alcohol policy and regulation; Premier Barry O’Farrell’s January announcement of the alcohol violence initiatives and the legislative changes in Sydney and NSW, the review of the NSW Liquor Act 2007 and opportunities for future reforms in alcohol policy in NSW. You can listen to the podcast READ MORE