Deliverables from them project will be updated as they are finalised.
Lead by European Alcohol Policy Alliance
WP1 will ensure communication between all project leaders and partners, monitor the project as it runs, organize meetings and conferences, and produce an interim and final report. WP1 will provide overall coordination and management of the project and involve all project leaders and partners.
Lead by Alcohol Policy Youth Network
WP 2 will produce communication materials containing information about alcohol policy and early intervention, as well as publishing FYFA and its objectives. The materials will be targeted at key audiences and will include a leaflet, website and summarized final report.
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Lead by Romtens
WP3 will evaluate FYFA's implementation, using predefined objectives. Aspects identified as hindering or advancing implementation will be fed back to partners. WP3 will produce an evaluation plan, as well as an interim and final evaluation report.
Lead by SHAAP
WP4 will review policies and practices relating to young people, alcohol and international sport – and gather evidence of best practices. WP4 will also interview high-level stakeholders and alcohol industry representatives. Deliverables will include a protocol review, interviews and a report of the findings.
Lead by ISS
WP5 will review policies in Belgium, Finland, Italy, Poland, Slovenia and the UK relating to young people, alcohol and sport. WP5 will survey national-level stakeholders and deliver a report on the findings.
Lead by VAD
WP6 will review local policies and practices related to young people, sport, and alcohol in six local youth sports clubs in six Member States – Belgium, Finland, Italy, Poland, Slovenia and the UK. WP6 will interview 6 senior managers at each local youth club and present the findings in a report.
Lead by EHYT
WP7 will conduct semi-structured interviews with 4 young men and 4 young women each from 6 Member States (Belgium, Finland, Italy, Poland, Slovenia and the UK) about alcohol and reducing alcohol-related risks and harms. A report will compile the findings of the interviews.
Lead by SHAAP
WP8 will see the production of a video summarising the interviews conducted in Finland, Italy and the UK about the interviewees’ exposure to alcohol marketing, their attitudes and behaviours in relation to alcohol and what they would consider to be effective practice.
Lead by PARPA
WP9 will promote the exchange of knowledge and good practices between and within European countries, and to raise awareness of alcohol related harm amongst policy-makers. To that end WP9 will deliver a roundtable, guidelines and a conference.