European Alcohol Policy Alliance (Eurocare)
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1990-10 Paris France
Provide a forum for European Community nongovernmental organizations and institutions working in the field of alcohol prevention, rehabilitation, research and education so as to establish closer cooperation and collaboration; as far as possible determine a common basis and aim among members of the European Community in support of these objectives; encourage understanding of social, cultural, economic and political response in Europe to the use of alcohol; facilitate collection, analysis, dissemination and utilization of data on alcohol consumption and related damage; develop preventative strategies appropriate to individual and community needs; stimulate development of an extended network of educational and training programmes for workers in medico-social centres, for the wider public and for students; represent members' views with the European Commission and the European Parliament.
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