Welcome to FAR SEAS

FAR SEAS (Fetal Alcohol Reduction and exchange of European knowledge after SEAS) was a tendered service contract awarded by the European Commission to a coordinated group of institutions lead by the CLÍNIC Foundation for Biomedical Research (FCRB, Barcelona).

FAR SEAS developed, piloted and evaluated an evidence-based good practice, at a regional level, to reduce the risk of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and alcohol-related harm in pregnant women and women of childbearing age, starting with mapping existing good practice:

Please click here to be redirected to a short (5 minute) questionnaire to provide initial information on national, local or international good practice to prevent pre-natal alcohol exposure.

In addition, in synergy with another tendered contracts on alcohol – DEEP SEAS AlHaMBRA – FAR SEAS organised a series of thematic workshops with the Member States, aimed at capacity building, knowledge sharing and best practice exchange in the areas of FASD; cross-border dimension of alcohol purchases; and alcohol marketing and advertising in digital media.

Collaborative and synergistic initiatives

Developing and Extending Evidence and Practice from the Standard European Alcohol Survey

Joint Action of EU Member States to Reduce Alcohol-Related Harm, 2014-2016

European FASD Alliance