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Building Capacity Project
Third Meeting of Alcohol Policy Network
Stockholm, Sweden, 10-12 June 2009

Programme

Wednesday 10th June

14.00-14.45

Welcome and scope of the meeting
Welcome by Secretary of State Ms Ragnwi Marcelind
Welcome by Dr. Sven Andréasson, Swedish National Institute of Public Health
Welcome by Pieter de Coninck, European Commission
Welcome by Sven-Olov Carlsson, IOGT-NTO
Introduction of participants

14.45-15.30

Local and Regional alcohol policy
Wim van Dalen, STAP, Netherland
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Karin Mernelius, for Assembly of European Regions
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15.30-16.00

Coffee break

16.00-17.00 

The Building Capacity project
What next for the Alcohol Policy Netwok
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Introduction by Walter Farke
Comment by Vesna Petric

17.00-17.30

Growing older with alcohol
Mats Halgren
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17.00-18.00

Private meeting
Science Committee of 4th European Alcohol Policy Conference
Heürlingerrummet

18.30 

Bus leaves from Comfort hotel
Central station - Sjöfartshotellet

19.00

Dinner at Kaknästornet, the TV tower of Stockholm.

21.30

Bus returns to Sjöfartshotellet and Comfort Hotel

 

Thursday 11th June

09.00-09.15


09.15-10.30

Update: Building Capacity Project
Sandra Rados Krnel, Institute of Public Health, Slovenia

Orientation and taking stock – five short presentations

What is going to happen in Sweden during the next 6 months?
Maria Renström, Sweden
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What are the hot issues in the Commission?
Pieter de Coninck, European Commission
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What is going on in alcohol policy and what is going to happen next?
Mariann Skar, Eurocare
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What are the outcomes of the WHO/EC project?
Lars Møller, WHO EURO
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What does the WHO want of us?
Dag Rekve, WHO HQ

10.30-11.00 

Coffee break

11.00-11.45

Minimum pricing in Scotland - the story
Evelyn Gillan, Scotland.
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 11.45-12.30

A sobering analysis of the link between alcohol affordability, consumption and harms in Europe
Rand report, Lila Rabinovich and Han de Vries
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12.45-14.00 

Lunch break   

14.00-15.00

A focus on alcohol safe environments
Regulating alcohol advertising, Avalon de Bruijn
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Can drinking environments be safer? Karen Hughes
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And, what about the workplace, Peter Anderson
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15.00-15.30 

The Building Capacity project
What next for the Alcohol Policy Network?
Discussion continued

15.30-16.00 

Coffee break

16.00-16.30 

Alcohol and accidents
Finish Centre for Health Promotion
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16.30-17.00

Alcohol labelling policies to protect young people
Ingrid Vanhaevrem OIVO-CRIOC
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17.00-17.30  

Alcohol - a northern dimension
NORDAN

16.00-17.30

Cost-benefit analysis
Private meeting
Kaptensrummet

16.00-17.30

EUCAM meeting
Private meeting
Heürlingerrummet

17.45

Walk from conference centre to ferry boat (15 minutes)

18.00

Travel by ferry boat to Skarpö, the training centre of Systembolaget, the Swedish Alcohol Retail Monopoly.

20.00

Dinner at Skarpö.

22.30 

Bus returns to Sjöfartshotellet and Comfort Hotel

                          

Friday 12th June

09.00-10.30

AMPHORA project
From science to policy
Peter Anderson
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Call for case studies
Esa Österberg, Finland 
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Unrecorded alcohol
Dirk Lachenmeier
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10.30-11.00

Coffee break

11.0011.45       

Crime prevention in Sweden
The Kronobergs model
Scott Godwin, Swedish Police Service
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11.45-12.30

pdf icon small Wrap up and conclusions

12.30

Close of meeting

12.45-14.00  

Lunch