The Supply of Alcohol in Remote Aborigiinal Communities: Potential Policy Directions from Cape York

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Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, 1998 - Aboriginal Australians - 34 pages
Outlines key issues surrounding alcohol availability and consumption in remote Aboriginal communities, focusing on Cape York; proposes a model which, it is suggested, would provide a useful framework for development of alcohol policies; community canteen beer sales; comparative alcohol consumption levels; health risks; hazardous drinking; alcohol supply; alcohol policy; Aurukun Alcohol Law Council.

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