PhP project
The Pathways for Health Project (PHP) is a project on alcohol policy managed by the German Centre for Addiction Issues in cooperation with European partner organisations. It aims at developing knowledge and strategies to reduce alcohol related harm and focuses more specifically on 3 areas: binge drinking; drinking and driving; and consumer information and labelling of alcoholic beverages.

The HP-Source is a comprehensive, international database of health promotion policies, infrastructures and practices. Built on a voluntary basis, it allows researchers, practitioners and policy makers in the health policy sector to easily access and apply health-related information at inter-country, country and intra-country levels.

FASE project
FASE (Focus on Alcohol Safe Environment) is an EU funded project whose first goal is to collect best practices in work-place strategies to reduce the impact of harmful and hazardous alcohol consumption on the economy.  It also aims at gathering best practices on well-resourced community mobilisation and intervention projects to create safer drinking environments, as well as at developping best practice in advertising, self regulation and monitoring.

ESPAD project
The European School Survey Project on Alcohol and Other Drugs (ESPAD) is a collaborative effort of independent research teams in more than forty European countries on adolescent substance use in the world. The overall aim with the project is to repeatedly collect comparable data on substance use in as many European countries as possible. Data are collected every fourth year with 1995 as the starting point.

VINTAGE project
The objectives of the VINTAGE project is to build capacity at the European, country and local levels by providing the evidence base and collecting best practices to prevent the harmful use of alcohol amongst older people, including the transition from work to retirement, and to invest in older people’s health and well-being.

AMPHORA project
AMPHORA aims to contribute with new evidence on scarcely explored or unexplored areas of alcohol consumption and alcohol-related harm in Europe. This knowledge will be disseminated to those engaged in policy-making for developement and implementation of more effective public health measures. 

Building Capacity project
The Building Capacity project, with 31 country partners and 10 European organizations, will support the EC in its Communication on alcohol, helping to reduce the €125bn of social costs due to alcohol each year in the EU.

ELSA project
ELSA (Enforcement of national Laws and Self-regulation on advertising and marketing of Alcohol) was a two year project that assessed the enforcement of national laws and self-regulation on the advertising and marketing of alcoholic beverages in all 25 Member States and applicant countries and Norway.

EUCAM, the European Centre for Monitoring Alcohol Marketing has been set up to collect, exchange and to promote knowledge and experience about alcohol marketing throughout Europe.

Institute of Alcohol Studies
The Institute of Alcohol Studies is an independent organization with the broad aim of increasing awareness of alcohol related issues in society. The core aim of the Institute is to serve the public interest on public policy issues linked to alcohol, by advocating for the use of scientific evidence in policy-making to reduce alcohol-related harm.

World Health Organization
The World Health Organization (WHO) has a specific range of policies on alcohol to support Member States in improving public health through adequate health promotion, disease prevention, disease management research, and evaluation and surveillance activities on alcohol consumption and harm, in line with the aims of the WHO/Europe framework for alcohol policy.