ICAP is a not-for-profit organization, supported by major producers of beverage alcohol. It is a resource for all those interested in alcohol policy worldwide. ICAP promotes dialogue involving the drinks industry, the research and public health communities, government, and civil society, encouraging them to work together.
Most ICAP publications are available online, and many have been translated in part or in full into several languages.
Global Road Safety Week: International Symposium Addresses the Influence of Culture on Drink Drive Crashes
Leading global producers of beer, wine, and spirits are taking action on new commitments that build on their long-standing efforts to reduce harmful drinking. The companies are implementing 10 targeted actions in five key areas over the next five years. See the commitments here in six languages under the "Commitments" tab.
New Report Recommends Public Health Focus on Harmful Drinking vs. Eliminating Consumption
Black Market Alcohol's Growth Feeds Growing Public Health Concerns
Global Beer, Wine and Spirits CEOs Back New Initiatives to Reduce Harmful Use of Alcohol
Read the new ICAP report Initiatives Report 2012 via e-book
New Report Analyzes More Than 3,600 Initiatives by Industry Members to Reduce Harmful DrinkingICAP Releases the Monograph "Producers, Sellers, and Drinkers: Studies of Noncommercial Alcohol in Nine Countries"
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