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The grog book: strengthening Indigenous community action on alcohol (revised edition)

by Brady M

Book
Year 2012
City Canberra
Publisher Department of Health and Ageing
Number of pages 252
Edition Revised

Abstract

This book was developed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who want to tackle the effects that grog has on their communities. The book has eight chapters on: history; alcohol; action; prevention; controls; strategies; care and handouts. For each chapter there is:

  • a list of contents
  • a key word (chapter title) tab
  • a colour coded tab
  • colourful pictures that relate to the topic
  • colour coded arrows which allow the user to find other topics within the book which deal with the same issue
  • a list of resources that might be helpful to learn more about an issue

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