Report inappropriate alcohol ads
Seen an alcohol ad that concerns you?
It may have been on a bus stop, a billboard, on TV, on the internet or social media or in your favourite magazine or newspaper.
Alcohol advertising impacts on the drinking behaviours and attitudes of young people, and young people are exposed to alcohol advertising in many different forms.
Next time you see an alcohol ad that concerns you, contact the Alcohol Advertising Review Board - they review complaints from the Australian community about alcohol ads, free of industry influence.
Making a complaint is simple – just send a pic or link to the ad (if you can) and briefly describe why it concerns you. At www.alcoholadreview.com.au you will find an online form and contact details to submit complaints.
Let your family, friends, colleagues, school or groups you are part of know where they can make a complaint about alcohol ads that concern them.
The Alcohol Advertising Review Board is run by the Alcohol Programs Team at the Public Health Advocacy Institute of WA (previously the McCusker Centre for Action on Alcohol and Youth) and Cancer Council WA in response to concerns about the failure of self-regulation of alcohol advertising to ensure alcohol ads are socially responsible and to prevent young people’s exposure. Find out more at www.alcoholadreview.com.au.