Public Health and Global Governance of Alcohol

Thematic Meeting of the Kettil Bruun Society
30 September 2019 - 3 October 2019
Level 2, La Trobe University City Campus
360 Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia

A list of papers being presented

Presenting Author Surname Presenting Author First Name Country of Institution Paper Title
Amul Gianna Gayle Herrera SingaporeThe alcohol industry and policies on alcohol advertising, promotion and sponsorship in Southeast Asia: A preliminary review
Athauda Lathika KSri LankaShortening the Lag Between Evidence and Impact By Changing Community Perceptions: A Lesson Learnt from tobacco Control
BaborThomasUnited States of AmericaThe alcohol industry and the global health governance
BertscherAdamSouth AfricaRestricting the marketing of alcoholic beverages to protect child health: A human rights analysis of South Africa’s Control of Marketing of Alcoholic Beverages Bill
BrownTonyAustraliaRegulatory capture & corruption: informing local and global public health NCD prevention intitiatives
BurciGian LucaSwitzerlandA global legal instrument for alcohol control: options, prospects and challenges
CasswellSallyNew ZealandGlobal Response to alcohol harm in the 21st century: as yet, too little, too late
CollinJeffUnited KingdomTowards Coherent Global Governance of Alcohol: The Challenge and Opportunity of Managing Conflict of Interest
DünnbierMaikSwedenThe Sustainable Development Goals as a New Global Alcohol Policy Infrastructure: Challenges and opportunities
FalcãoMatheusBrazilCOI and Regional Alcohol Governance in Latin America
GleesonDeborahAustraliaAlcohol labelling rules in free trade agreements: narrowing the space for health information?
GoodareJennyAustralia“Alcoholic drinks are part of the FIFA World Cup, so we’re going to have them”: International governance of sport and alcohol
GopakumarKappoori MadhavanIndiaWHO ‘s Engagements with Alcohol Industry: An Analyses in the light of FENSA Provisions
HepworthPatriciaAustraliaAlcohol Labelling in the Global Food System: The progress and implications of recent work in the Codex Committee on Food Labelling
HoeConnieUnited States of AmericaInvolvement of the Alcohol Industry in Global Road Safety
JanardhanSparshaIndiaHarnessing Trade and Investment Agreements to Promote Public Health
What lessons for alcohol control measures can the World Health Organization draw from the World Trade Organization Panel Report in Australia – Tobacco Plain Packaging: must measures be supported by a Framework Convention on Alcohol Control to withstand challenge in the World Trade Organization or are other approaches open?
JerniganDavidUnited States of AmericaAlcohol industry consolidation and strategies: the why and how of fighting back against marketing research
KaewpramkusolRatchakornThailandPolitical Economy Analysis for Alcohol Control in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Case of Thailand
KelseyJaneNew ZealandDigital trade agreements pose new obstacles to regulating alcohol policy in the digital age
KypriKyprosAustraliaTransnational Alcohol Industry Strategy in Small Lower-middle Income Countries: Case study of Timor-Leste
LibermanJonathanAustraliaThe WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control Approaching 15 – What Lessons for the Global Governance of Alcohol?
LindorffKylieAustraliaThe crucial Role of Civil Society in the WHO FCTC and Global Advocacy for Tobacco Control
MillerMiaAustraliaAlcohol Industry Lobbying in the Context of Australia’s Trade and Investment Agreements: A content and framing analysis of publicly available documents
O’BrienPaulaAustraliaInformal Dispute Settlement in International Trade Law: The Global Strategy to Prevent the Harmful Use of Alcohol and the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control Compared
PalikHelenIndonesiaA review of National Alcohol Policy in PNG - A public health perspective
RehmJürgenCanadaReducing the harmful use of alcohol: have the international targets been met?
RoomRobinAustraliaGlobal intergovernmental action to minimise alcohol problems: the 'back story'
A Framework Convention on Alcohol Control: What should it contain and how might it be worded?
SlatteryClareAustraliaUsing the Sustainable Development Agenda and Human Rights Law to Progress Alcohol Control
SirichotiratanaNithatThailandProgressive and Comprehensive Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement: Should Thailand join or not?
SchramAshleyAustraliaToxic trade: How trade liberalisation shapes national alcohol environments
StaffordJuliaAustraliaIndustry actor use of research evidence: Critical analysis of Australian alcohol policy submissions
SyedShirinIndiaDoes International IP Regime Constrain Effective Regulation of Alcohol?
TownsendBelindaAustraliaWhat enables or constrains attention to NCDs risk factors and health equity in trade policymaking? Lessons from a qualitative study of Australia participation in the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement
VallanceKateCanadaGlobal news media and the influence of the alcohol industry: a content analysis of news coverage of alcohol warning labels with a cancer message in Canada and Ireland, 2017-2019
WaleewongOrrataiThailandThailand alcohol labelling regulations: lessons from a long debate about public health intervention and trade barrier
WestermanLucindaUnited KingdomCivil society, advocacy and global governance of alcohol and NCDs
ZhouSuzanneAustraliaAn international normative instrument for alcohol control – Lessons from the WHO FCTC for its structure, design and status

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