All-island Alcohol
Data Directory

The directory collates data and information on alcohol consumption and related harm on the island of Ireland. You can access data around alcohol consumption, related harms, and the retail of alcohol.

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April 25, 2022

Revenue quarterly excise receipts and volumes for alcohol in Ireland 2021 (Irish Tax and Customs)

The Office of the Revenue Commissioners has published a breakdown of alcohol excise receipts and volume by quarter and by month from 2013 to 2021. Provisional […]
April 25, 2022

Health inequalities annual report 2022 (Department of Health NI)

This annual publication presents a comprehensive analysis of health inequality gaps between the most and least deprived areas of NI, and within health and social care […]
April 4, 2022

Evaluation of the Substance Misuse Court – Phase 2 2021 (NISRA, NI Courts and Tribunals Service)

206 defendants were referred at least once to the Substance Misuse Court in Belfast Magistrates Court. The aim of this programme was to target individuals whose […]
April 4, 2022

2022 Drug Trend Report: Time, Music, Clubbing, Age, and Diet 2022 (Global Drug Survey)

GDS2022, our current survey, is our 10th. In this report based on our non-probability data collected from 592,000 people completing our online survey, over the last […]
April 4, 2022

Prevention of driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs 2022 (European Commission)

A new report on drink-driving for the European Commission looks at the progress made since 2001 EU guidelines on Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) limits were published […]
April 4, 2022

Yes It’s Abuse: Young people’s understanding of & attitudes to intimate relationship abuse 2022 (Women’s Aid)

Women’s Aid, in collaboration with RedC Research and Marketing, recently completed a nationally representative study of 500 young women and men in Ireland (aged 18-25), followed […]

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