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18th September 2015
Students call for universities to take action against drunken sexual harassment
As a record number of new students prepare for Freshers’ Week, research from alcohol education charity Drinkaware finds that students across the UK want universities to do more to tackle drunken sexual harassment.
8th September 2015
Drinkaware welcomes four new members to its Board of Trustees
Alcohol education charity Drinkaware has appointed four new members to its Board of Trustees. The new appointments bring the board to 11 trustees led by its Chair, Sir Leigh Lewis.
13th August 2015
Parents urged not to teach kids to celebrate end of exams with alcohol
As teenagers prepare to celebrate their GCSE results today, Drinkaware is encouraging parents to have the ‘alcohol chat’ as new research conducted by Ipsos Mori* for the charity reveals that a quarter (27%) of young people say their parents have not spoken to them about alcohol.
12th August 2015
Mums have stricter views on drinking in pregnancy than the current guidance
New research from Drinkaware reveals that most new and expectant mums have stricter views on drinking in pregnancy than the current Government guidelines.
24th July 2015
Drinkaware responds to BMJ Open online journal article about harmful middle-aged drinkers
In response to a study published in the online journal BMJ Open which suggests middle-aged people are more at risk from harmful drinking, John Larsen, Director of Evidence and Impact for alcohol education charity Drinkaware, says:
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Drinkaware in the news
- 18th September 2015 | The Independent Students call for universities to take action against drunken sexual harassment, Drinkaware research reveals
- 5th August 2015 | Mail Online UK Binge-drinkers ignore 'unrealistic' alcohol guidelines: 30-year-old official limits are deemed 'irrelevant' by Britons who drink to excess at weekends
- 23rd July 2015 | Mail Online UK Middle class drink epidemic: Affluent over-50s 'sleep-walking' into health crisis by being most likely to consume harmful levels of alcohol each week