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Deliverable 14.2 Addiction governance practices Deliverable 14.2 Addiction governance practices

Date added: 08/11/2014
Date modified: 07/27/2015
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In this study we analyse a number of current major trends in drug and gambling policy in the EU. The focus is on identifying important factors that influence policy decision making and policy implementation.

AR_D21.1 Final evaluation report AR_D21.1 Final evaluation report

Date added: 03/22/2016
Date modified: 03/22/2016
Filesize: 5.15 MB
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Final report presenting and summarising the results of ALICE RAP's work package devoted to the project evaluation, putting forward recommendations for future transdisciplinary research.

Deliverable 14.1 Policy scales Deliverable 14.1 Policy scales

Date added: 04/29/2015
Date modified: 06/15/2015
Filesize: 4.86 MB
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Can a country's alcohol policies say something about what kind of tobacco policies are implemented? Or does a strict set of gambling policies guarantee that the country also has implemented strict policies for other addictive substances or behaviours?

The work undertaken in Work package 14, task 1, looks at policy scales for alcohol, tobacco, gambling and illicit drgus, in slightly different ways depending on the addiction and the history of previous scaling attempts. Two brand new policy scales were developed within the Alice Rap project - one for gambling policies and another one dealing with cannabis and heroin. Two previously constructed scales, one for alcohol and one for tobacco, are also included in the work package and their structures and methodology are systematically compared to each other.

Deliverable 20.1: Vision 2030 report Deliverable 20.1: Vision 2030 report

Date added: 01/16/2013
Date modified: 10/02/2014
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Deliverable 03.2 Professional's images of addictions Deliverable 03.2 Professional's images of addictions

Date added: 12/12/2014
Date modified: 07/27/2015
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The objective of this study is to inquire the ways in which different European welfare states deal with alcoholism, compulsive gambling and eating disorders. This is studied through the perceptions of these problems as expressed by two welfare professional groups, general practitioners and social workers, in three European countries: Finland, Italy and Poland.