ALICE RAP: Interim Report on Gambling

Gerhard Bühringer, Maria Neumann, Kathryn Angus, Jan Blomqvist, Angelina Brotherhood, Esther Croes, Claudio Delrio, Emma Disley, Karen Duke, Michael Egerer, Svanaug Fjer, Vibeke Asmussen Frank, Claire Harkins, Matilda Hellman, Esben Houborg, Thomas Karlsson, Mikaela Lindemann, David Miller, Peppino Ortaleva, Esa ÖsterbergCharlotte Probst, Pieter Remmers, Pekka Sulkunen, Harry Sumnall, Betsy Thom, Franz Trautmann

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    ALICE RAP (Addiction and Lifestyles in Contemporary Europe - Reframing Addictions
    Project) is a five year European research project:
     co-financed by the European Commission
     Bringing together around 200 scientists from
     more than 25 countries and
     29 different disciplines.

    It aims to strengthen scientific evidence to inform the public and political dialogue and to
    stimulate a broad and productive debate on current and alternative approaches to addictions.

    ALICE RAP aims to promote well-being through a synthesis of knowledge to redesign
    European policy and practice in order to better address the challenges posed by substance use
    and addictive behaviours. Synergy among sciences that address substances use and addictive behaviours and trans-disciplinary research are core principles of work. The project started in April 2011 (
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationCalgary
    PublisherUniversity of Calgary
    Number of pages23
    Publication statusPublished - 12 Jul 2013


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