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Alcohol Harm Reduction in South Western Sydney – Webinar Series (Sept 2020)

SWSLHD Population Health and Drug Health Services invite you to attend any, or all, of 3 free webinars to explore strategies to reduce alcohol-related harm.  All interested health, welfare and community workers are invited.  Discussion will focus on issues for communities in South Western Sydney.

Please note: you will need to register separately for each webinar via the specific links provided.

Alcohol Harm Reduction in South Western Sydney

Webinar 1:   Setting the Scene 

Wed 2 Sept  1.00 – 2.30

Register for Webinar 1:

Keynote presentations:

 Effective Prevention of Alcohol Harms –   Emeritus Professor Ian Webster AO

– FARE fight? Opposing Woolworths, Australia’s Alcohol Giant – Di Martin, Public Interest Manager, Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE)

This session will include a discussion led by SWSLHD A/Director Population Health and General Manager Drug Health Services about alcohol issues in south western Sydney and services to reduce alcohol-related harms. Plus a personal story from someone who has dealt with significant alcohol issues in her life.

Alcohol Harm Reduction in South Western Sydney

Webinar 2:   Making a Difference

Wed 9 Sept  1.00 -2.30

Register for Webinar 2:

Program includes:

– SWSLHD Aboriginal Health Directorate

– implications and opportunities arising from the state’s 24Hour Economy Legislation and liquor licensing regulations

– Ministry of Health initiatives to support local action around liquor licensing applications and alcohol harm reduction

– a successful campaign in a local community to stop an unwelcome liquor licensing development 

– an exciting pilot program Planet Youth being implemented in the Blue Mountains and Marrickville

Alcohol Harm Reduction in South Western Sydney

Webinar 3:   Working Together

Wed 16 Sept  1.00 -2.30

Register for Webinar 3:

Program includes:

– Social Policy Research Centre UNSW on alcohol promotion and consumption during COVID-19

– walk through the range of programs and support provided by the  Alcohol and Drug Foundation (ADF)

– discussion of a culturally responsive approach to reducing alcohol harms among CALD communities from the Drug and Alcohol Multicultural Centre

– Matilda Centre for Research in Mental Health and Substance Use on two evidence-based programs for young people: Climate Schools and Strong and Deadly Futures

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