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Alcohol

Excessive alcohol consumption is a community-wide issue and impacts significantly on children and young people’s safety and wellbeing.


Reports

Reports

Speaking out about reducing alcohol-related harm on children and young people

Report on the consultation with children and young people in the Fitzroy Valley about alcohol

The state of Western Australia's children and young people – Edition Two

Literature review – Consulting children and young people about alcohol

Issues Papers

Issues Papers

Foetal alcohol spectrum disorder

Young people and alcohol

Policy Briefs

Policy Briefs

Policy brief - Alcohol and the role of parents

Policy brief - Education on alcohol

Policy brief - Alcohol and sport

Policy brief - Alcohol availability

Submissions

Submissions

Submission to the Director Liquor Licencing on Liquor Restrictions Amendment Objection - Fitzroy Valley, August 2016

Submission to the Director Liquor Licencing on Liquor Restrictions Amendment Objection - Fitzroy Valley, August 2016

Submission to the Review of the Liquor Control Act 1988, February 2013

Submission to the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority, May 2012

Draft Shape of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education

Submission to the Commonwealth Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs, March 2012

Inquiry into Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder March 2012

More Information

More Information

Understanding Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder videos

Telethon Kids Institute

Opinion piece – Foetal alcohol syndrome: Fitzroy Valley leader June Oscar hopes study brings long-term change

Ms June Oscar AO, 720 ABC Radio Perth

Opinion piece – The Hard Truths for a Community Fighting Foetal Alcohol Syndrome

Ms June Oscar AO, Sydney Morning Herald

Australian National Drug Strategy

Events

Events

Reducing Alcohol-Related Harm on Children and Young People Forum 2011

The Commissioner worked with partner agencies to host several forums on preventing alcohol-related harm. Five young people joined leading Western Australian drug and alcohol researchers on Friday 23 September 2011 at a forum to talk about the harmful impact of alcohol on children and young people.

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