- Young people’s panels
Results of focus groups conducted with youngsters from 6 different European countries to identify alcohol consumption behaviours, knowledge of health hazards and opinions toward different prevention tools and labels.

- Alcohol labelling practices in Europe
A review of health warnings and information labelling practices on alcoholic beverages in Europe. 

- Stakeholder meeting
A summary of the stakeholder meeting which took place on the 17th of March 2011 in the European parliament in the form of a lunch seminar followed by a debate. The invitation to this seminar can be found here, more complete information here.

- Policy Delphi survey “Consumer information concerning alcoholic beverages”
A part of the Pathways for Health Project (PHP), this Policy Delphi survey is a systematic and interactive stakeholder’s opinion review on alcohol labelling policies (public institutions, consumer organisations, NGOs and the industry).

- European status report on alcohol and health 2010
This report presents the latest data from the WHO European Region on alcohol consumption and harm and the responses made to them in countries. It summarizes the situation in the Region as a whole and gives profiles of its 53 countries, presenting consolidated tables and graphs with data on some of the key indicators from the 2009 survey on alcohol and health. In addition, the report describes the WHO instruments and activities that are available to support countries in building on the gains they have already made in this area.

- “EU citizens’ attitudes towards alcohol”: Eurobarometer surveys 2007 and 2009
Eurobarometer surveys are polls conducted regularly by the European Commission, reviewing European’s opinion on various subjects (enlargement, social situation, health, culture, information technology, environment, the Euro, defence, etc.).

- WHO Global Status Report on Alcohol 2004
The Global Status Report on Alcohol 2004 is the second global status report on alcohol published by the World Health Organization (WHO). The first report was published in 1999. This report provides an update on the global picture of the status of alcohol as a factor in world health and seeks to document what is known about alcohol consumption and drinking patterns among various population groups.