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Active on alcohol strategy in benefit for youth
Transcript of Active on alcohol strategy in benefit for youth
"It (the EU) shall combat social exclusion and discrimination, and shall promote social justice and protection, equality between women and men, solidarity between generations and protection of the rights of the child." Convention on the Rights of the Child HOW? 67% of youth in Sweden say they drink alcohol because they have nothing else to do what is the first alcohol-free environment you can think of? 1. the examples and social norms we are setting in every-day life
2. we need to see more EU investment in alcohol-free environments, safe and creative public places for young people
3. EU must not fund alcohol for youth alcohol is everywhere how does alcohol influence the development of a young person? social pressure self-esteem mental health (depression, etc) school drop-outs unemployment social exclusion The puzzle for our members!
..while all above mentioned events are happening in the world, we are sitting here and discussing:
1. private sector protecting public health
2. young people protection without young people
3. fighting the consumption while drinking wine
--> do our policies and actions protect young people? 9 million children of alcoholics in the EU live in poverty 1. learn about youth
2. attractive choice
3. ban marketing
2. affordability higher alcohol consumption alcohol