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The Queensland Coalition for Action on Alcohol is urging all political parties to commit to a comprehensive evidence-based plan to prevent alcohol harms ahead of the Election.

Our election platform, ‘Our Shout’, includes measures to reduce alcohol violence, to protect children and families, support communities, reduce the burden on the Queensland health system and to develop a whole of government approach to reducing alcohol harms.

Take Action!

You can help raise awareness of Queensland’s increasing alcohol harms and encourage candidates in the up-coming election to commit to the QCAA platform by distributing this page among your networks and sharing our lastest campaigning efforts, below.


 

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‘The time to act is now’ Shareables #EnoughIsEnough #QLDAlcohol

The Legislation to reduce alcohol related harms is expected to be introduced in the Parliament this week.

The time to act is now. Share these images on your socials, email them to your friends and networks and email your MP and lobby them to support these measures.

Together we can reduce the toll of alcohol in our communities.
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Queenslanders call politicians to account over alcohol harms

Queensland has a problem with alcohol, and with less than two weeks until the 2015 QLD State Election, voters are calling on the major parties to outline their plans to address the State’s heavy alcohol toll.
New polling released today has shown a majority (74%) of Queenslanders believe that more needs to be done to reduce the harm caused by alcohol, with 64 per cent calling on Premier Campbell Newman and Queensland Labor Leader Annastacia Palaszczuk, to outline their plans to address alcohol-related harms ahead of the Election.

Download the media release | Download the full report

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