The Audiovisual Media Services Directive (AVMSD) offers a once in a decade opportunity to protect children from commercial communications on alcohol and unhealthy foods.

On 1 December 2016, experts from a wide range of backgrounds were joined by over 120 participants to discuss the effects of advertising on children’s behaviours, tools to reduce child exposure to commercial communications for unhealthy food and alcohol and the effectiveness of self-regulatory schemes.

 1 DECEMBER

 EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT

Relive the event

From the event

Dr João Breda, WHO Europe (video)

Presentations

Reducing child exposure to alcohol and unhealthy food marketing: why & how? (Audio presentation)

Dr. Gauden Galea, Director of Division on Noncommunicable Diseases, WHO Regional Office for Europe

Alcohol content in traditional and digital media

Dr. Jo Cranwell, Assistant Professor in Public Health, University of Bath

Does self-regulation work? The case of television food advertisement to children in Germany

Stefanie Landwehr, University of Bonn

Speakers

 

 

Event Information

 

 

Venue

European Parliament, Brussels

Room József Antall 4Q2

Important Information 

If you do not have a valid access pass to the European Parliament, please state your full name, date of birth, ID type and ID number with your registration.

Contacts

General queries

Marleen Kestens | mkestens@ehnheart.org

Communications 
communications@epha.org

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