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2014 Alcohol management plan minimum standards: frequently asked questions (2014) Department of Social Services
This factsheet describes the use of
Alcohol management plans in Indigenous communities. Information is provided on:
Alcohol management plans are how
Alcohol management plans benefit the community how communities can be supported to develop
Alcohol management plans what are the minimum standards
how communities and government can make sure plans are working
alcohol restrictions in relation to
Alcohol management plans. Abstract adapted from Department of Social Services 2013 Northern Territory Government (2013) Alcohol measures in the NT. Retrieved 2013 from http://www.dob.nt.gov.au/gambling-licensing/liquor/liquor-restrictions/alcohol-measures/Pages/default.aspx
This website provides information on the different types of liquor restrictions in force across the Northern Territory (NT). An interactive map of the NT provides a snapshot of alcohol restrictions in specific communities.
Information is also provided on:
liquor restricted areas
photo identification system
offences under the liquor act.
Abstract adapted from Northern Territory Government 2012 Northern Territory Government (2012) Enough is enough: alcohol reform report July 2011 to end March 2012. Darwin: Northern Territory Government Liquor Act amendments 2012 fact sheet: closing the net on problem drinkers (2012) Northern Territory Government
This factsheet summarises the outcomes of the Northern Territory
Enough is enough alcohol reforms after the first six months of implementation.
The factsheet provides information on:
the banned drinker register
new laws about drinking in public places
the Alcohol and Other Drugs Tribunal.
Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract Walker E (2012) Stronger futures alcohol regulation in the NT. Indigenous Law Bulletin; 8(3): 20-23 2011 Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Incorporated (2011) Rebuilding family life in Alice Springs and Central Australia: the social and community dimensions of change for our people. Alice Springs, NT: Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Incorporated Northern Territory Government (2011) Enough is enough: alcohol reform report 20 October 2011. Darwin: Northern Territory Government 2009 MacKeith S, Gray D, Chikritzhs TN (2009) Review of Moving beyond the restrictions: the evaluation of the Alice Springs Alcohol Management Plan : a report prepared for the Alice Springs People's Alcohol Action Coalition. Perth: National Drug Research Institute 2008 Northern Territory Department of Justice (2008) Moving beyond the restrictions: the evaluation of the Alice Springs alcohol management plan. Alice Springs: Northern Territory Government 2007 Northern Territory liquor restrictions: restrictions on drinking by region (2007) Northern Territory Department of Justice
These factsheets were produced by the Northern Territory Department of Justice. The factsheets contain information on alcohol restrictions in the Northern Territory throughout regional towns and city centres. Publications are listed by region:
Abstract adapted from Northern Territory Department of Justice 2006 Hogan E, Boffa J, Rosewarne C, Bell S, Ah Chee D (2006) What price do we pay to prevent alcohol-related harms in Aboriginal communities?: the Alice Springs trial of liquor licensing restrictions. Drug and Alcohol Review; 25(3): 207-212 Senior K, Chenhall R, Ivory B, StevensonC (2006) Alcohol management plan. Alice Springs: Northern Territory Government 2003 Tangentyere Council Incorporated, National Drug Research Institute, Centre for Remote Health (2003) A survey of the attitudes of Aboriginal town camp residents to the Alice Springs liquor licensing restrictions: a submission to the Northern Territory Licensing Commission. Perth: National Drug Research Institute 2000 Gray D, Saggers S, Atkinson D, Sputore B, Bourbon D (2000) Beating the grog: an evaluation of the Tennant Creek liquor licensing restrictions. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; 24(1): 39-44
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