Everybody knows someone affected by substance use. Every day, 70 people die from alcohol-related causes in the UK, and behind every tragic death there are friends and family left behind. Last month SHAAP, Scottish Families […]
Why is it important for employers to have an effective alcohol policy in the workplace?
Read a round-up of our Parliamentary event marking 15 years of the AHA’s efforts to reduce alcohol harm.
Socialising at university can be daunting for those that prefer to avoid alcohol. In this blog, Leilani van Someren, President of the Queen Mary Sober Socials society, shares some alcohol-free freshers’ tips.
Savannah, who lost her mum to alcohol addiction, explains why we need to address the way we talk about alcohol.
Our response to the Labour Party’s call for mandatory alcohol labelling
19 June 2019: The Alcohol Health Alliance UK (AHA) is calling for the introduction of a minimum unit price for alcohol (MUP) in England following the release of new data revealing the volume of alcohol […]