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Following is FIVS-Assure’s list of initiatives and resources of good practices around the topic of moderate consumption.

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At Home With AsoVinos campaign

The “At home with AsoVinos” campaign aims to promote responsible consumption, educate the population, and engage consumers to learn more about wine through Instagram.

Sponsors: Asovinos
Implementation: South America

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Relevant UN SDGs:
SDG3SDG4

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At Home With AsoVinos campaign2021-07-23T17:35:57+02:00

#EncasaconAsovinos social media campaign

ASOVINOS #EncasaconAsovinos social media campaign in Colombia shares responsible messages with wine consumers and encourages a sustainable consumption of wine.

Sponsors: ASOVINOS
Date: 2 July 2020
Implementation: Central America

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Relevant UN SDGs:
SDG3SDG4

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#EncasaconAsovinos social media campaign2021-07-01T17:35:20+02:00

Choose, Share, Care! Campaign

Sogrape’s comitment to WiM’s new “Choose, Share, Care” campaign stresses the importance of adopting good practices for a healthy lifestyle, highlighting the benefits of the Mediterranean Diet as well as importance of responsible consumption of wine.

Sponsors: Sogrape
Date: 23 November 2020
Implementation: Europe

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Relevant UN SDGs:
SDG3SDG4

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Choose, Share, Care! Campaign2021-07-01T17:42:02+02:00

The “Good Wine” education campaign

The educational campaign “Good Wine” of the HNT encourages young and novice wine consumers to consume quality Hungarian wine consciously and in moderation.

Sponsors: HNT
Implementation: Europe

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Relevant UN SDGs:
SDG3SDG4

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The “Good Wine” education campaign2021-07-01T17:50:40+02:00

Own Your Limits

Own Your Limits

Own Your Limits is an educational campaign for the U.S. military. The mission of the campaign is to help Service members learn how to drink responsibly, if they choose to drink alcohol. Resources are also available for professionals who educate, support or work with Service members.

Sponsor: U.S. Department of Defense
Implementation: North America

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Relevant UN SDGs:
SDG3SDG4

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Own Your Limits2021-06-25T17:44:15+02:00

Alcohol.Think Again

The Alcohol.Think Again education campaign is part of a comprehensive approach in Western Australia that aims to reduce the level of alcohol-related harm and ill-health in Western Australia. The campaign uses a mass reach social marketing strategy targeting the Western Australian community.

Sponsor: Drug, Alcohol and Prevention Services Division, Mental Health Commission
Implementation: Oceania

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Relevant UN SDGs:
SDG3SDG4

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Alcohol.Think Again2021-06-25T17:46:17+02:00

TeenHealth

TeensHealth

An article directed for teens explaining how alcohol affects the body. Also includes advice on how to deal with peer pressure and how to get help.

Sponsor: Nemours
Date: last reviewed in September 2016
Implementation: North America

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Relevant UN SDGs:
SDG3SDG4

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TeenHealth2021-06-25T17:59:58+02:00

Learning Collaborative on High Risk Drinking

NCHIP

Learning Collaborative on High Risk Drinking is a project to improve student health at colleges and universities, with an emphasis on high risk drinking, through a collaborative model of rapid change.

Sponsor: National College Health Improvement Project, Darthmouth College
Date: March 2014
Implementation: North America

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Relevant UN SDGs:
SDG3SDG4

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Learning Collaborative on High Risk Drinking2021-06-25T19:07:50+02:00

Women and Alcohol

Women and Alcohol

A booklet that provides a variety of health information for women that choose to consume alcohol beverages. The booklet covers the health benefits of alcohol beverage consumption, as well as the risks of over consumption.

Sponsors: U.S. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) and the Office of Research on Women’s Health
Date: October 2020
Implementation: North America

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Relevant UN SDGs:
SDG3SDG4

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Women and Alcohol2021-06-25T19:17:32+02:00

Wine Information Council

Wine Information Council

The Wine Information Council is an online public scientific database that gathers, assesses and disseminates research about wine, health and social aspects.

Sponsor: Wine in Moderation – Art de Vivre programme
Date: 2017
Implementation: International

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Relevant UN SDGs:
SDG3SDG4

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Wine Information Council2021-06-25T19:27:00+02:00