Addictions and Lifestyle in Contemporary Europe – Reframing Addictions Project (ALICE RAP)
Analysing the place and challenges of addictions (substances and gambling) and lifestyles to the cohesion, organization and functioning of contemporary European society.
Financed by: European Commission and BMWF
 


04/2011 - 03/2016

Contact: Irmgard Eisenbach-Stangl

Aims
ALICE RAP is a five-year Europe-wide project of a large number of researchers and research institutions from 25 European countries, which endeavour to analyse the place and challenges of addictions and lifestyles to the cohesion, organization and functioning of contemporary European society.The scope of addictions is substances and gambling.The work will be organised in seven Working Areas each split into work packages.

The project started on 1 May 2011 with a first meeting of partners in the same month.The main aim of the first meeting was to integrate the numerous topics and researches, and to start discussion and work in the working areas and work packages.

The European Centre is mostly involved in Working Area 1 “Ownership of Addiction” and contributes to its work package 1 “Addiction through Ages” and work package 2 “Stakeholder Analysis”. And it also contributes to Working Area 5 “Governance of Addiction”, work package 13 “Governance View”.


Project author and project director: Peter Anderson, Newcastle University
Project coordinator: Antoni Gual, Fundació Clínic per a la Recerca Biomèdica, Barcelona
Project team EC: Irmgard Eisenbach-Stangl, Maria M. Hofmarcher (till September 2013), Ricardo Rodrigues
Financed by: Commission of the European Communities, Seventh Framework Programme and the TOP.EU programme of the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science and Research