We are renowned for our collaborative approach to everything we do and are proud to be members of energetic and impactful coalitions of like-minded organisations and individuals who share our goal of tackling alcohol harm. This page provides details of the networks and alliances that IAS is a member of and the advisory groups that we sit on.
Alcohol Health Alliance UK
The Alcohol Health Alliance UK is a coalition of more than 50 organisations working together to reduce the harm caused by alcohol.
Members include medical royal colleges, charities, patient representatives and alcohol health campaigners.
For more information visit https://ahauk.org/
Alcohol and Families Alliance
The Alcohol and Families Alliance is an alliance of organisations from across the voluntary and statutory sectors united in reducing the harms experienced by families as a result of alcohol.
Our members include organisations such as Adfam, the Institute of Alcohol Studies, and Alcohol Change UK and together our alliance is able to provide evidenced and widespread expertise on the subject of families and alcohol.
For more information visit https://www.alcoholandfamiliesalliance.org/
Eurocare, the European Alcohol Policy Alliance
Eurocare is an alliance of non-governmental and public health organisations across Europe advocating for the prevention and reduction of alcohol-related harm.
Member organisations are involved in advocacy and research, the provision of information and training on alcohol issues, and services for people whose lives are affected by alcohol problems.
Eurocare’s mission is to promote policies that prevent and reduce alcohol-related harm. Our message regarding alcohol consumption is that “less is better”.
Eurocare is not affiliated to and does not receive any funding from the alcohol industry or any of its social aspect organisations.
For more information visit https://www.eurocare.org/
OHID Alcohol Advisory Group
The Alcohol Advisory Group provides advice to the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) on their alcohol-related harm programme. The advisory group brings together key parties from across the public health and preventative treatment system who have knowledge, influence and responsibility relating to reducing alcohol-related harm. OHID will draw on the group’s expertise in delivering its alcohol programme.
End Alcohol Advertising in Sport
The End Alcohol Advertising in Sport campaign calls for alcohol advertising to be phased out of professional sports. This is an initiative by the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education, supported by health organisations across Australia and around the world.
For more information visit http://www.endalcoholadvertisinginsport.org/
The Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) is a membership organisation dedicated to supporting medical research charities in saving and improving lives through research and innovation.
We ensure our member charities fund the best research by developing guides, providing training, and carrying out an audit of their funding processes. For more information visit www.amrc.org.uk
Inequalities in Health Alliance
The Inequalities in Health Alliance is a coalition of organisations with an interest in improving the health of the UK who have come together to campaign for a cross-government strategy to reduce health inequalities.
You can visit their website here: https://www.rcplondon.ac.uk/projects/inequalities-health-alliance
WHO Forum on Alcohol, Drugs and Addictive Behaviours
The World Health Organization (WHO) Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse convenes the global Forum on alcohol, drugs and addictive behaviours (FADAB) with a primary goal to enhance public health actions in these areas by strengthening partnerships and collaboration among public health oriented organizations, networks and institutions in the era of Sustainable Development Goals 2030 (SDG 2030).
For more information visit https://www.who.int/substance_abuse/activities/fadab/event/en/
Alcohol Policy Futures
Alcohol Policy Futures (APF) is a global NGO platform for the sharing of intelligence, priorities, and opportunities, with a particular focus on the World Health Organization (WHO). It is open to all interested organizations, who do not have ties to the alcohol industry, that wish to advance evidence based effective alcohol policy measures and be part of a coordinated and systematic advocacy work on global and regional levels.
Founded in 2009, the NCD Alliance has developed a robust global network of more than 2,000 organisations in 170 countries. This includes global and national NGOs, scientific and professional associations, academic and research institutions, private sector entities and dedicated individuals.
NCDA maintains strategic relations with the World Health Organization, UN and governments, and staff in Geneva, London and New York, putting it at the forefront of elevating NCDs onto the global health and development agenda.
NCDA also leads on a variety of initiatives and in-depth tailored programmes to develop civil society capacity to deliver progress on NCD prevention and control.
For more information visit https://ncdalliance.org/
UK NCD Working Group
The UK Working Group on NCDs is a network of over 20 UK-based national and international NGOs and research organisations, which work together to draw attention to the urgent need to address the burden of non-communicable diseases as an international development priority.
For more information visit https://globalncdsuk.org/