What can the Council do to support city vibrancy and minimise alcohol-related harm?
What specific steps could the Wellington City Council take to grow a vibrant and safe city where the harm associated with alcohol is minimised?
Some things to consider might be:
- Urban design
- Responsible hosting
- Event design
Poll Created Mon 18 Mar 2013 7:48AM
That the WCC run a campaign that fosters the image that excessive drinking is not 'cool' Closed Thu 21 Mar 2013 4:24AM
Although, I don't mind a casual drink from time to time. Drinking in excess of ones ability to respect others is a problem clearly highlighted in this discussion. A clever campaign is needed to appeal to youth, exploring the social night life of the city, demonstrating the 'un-coolness' or 'uglyness' of over drinking.
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7 of 9 people have participated (77%)
Ruben de Haas
Mon 18 Mar 2013 8:23AM
I think this is focused on the 'not cool' part of drinking, which is a negative. I think turning it around and focussing on what is positive works better. Not drinking is "cool". Or providing alternatives to drinking that are "cool"..