The consumption of alcohol among young people in Europe has risen during the past years. Several studies indicate that one quarter to one third of all adolescents drink alcohol. Not only the number of young people drinking alcohol is growing; problematic drinking (e.g. drunkenness and binge drinking) is an issue of growing importance. Especially among 12 to 14 year olds the use of alcohol has increased.
This project (AAA-Prevent) aims to study the different possible effective strategies for the prevention of alcohol abuse among adolescents in different European countries. It will:
- analyse existing environmental strategies at different governance levels;
- confront these with outcomes of a study identifying and analysing risk factors which influence the initiation of alcohol use among young people in Europe (based on previous survey of self reported delinquency and substance (ab)use among young people in 30 countries.
- outcomes of the proposed study will be largely disseminated through regional experts and stakeholders seminars in different European regions and through a web based prevention policy guideline which will be developed next year.
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This project is financed by the European Commission