The Connector and White Ribbon Signal are two newsletters produced by WCTU Australia. One is online and the other is a print copy.
Here you will read news from around the states of Australia,
reports of events and many useful links
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An important paper linking Cannabis with adverse mental health outcomes across USA has now been published thanks to a donation from WCTU to assist with the costs incurred.
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national convention 2021
The National Convention for 2021 is being held in the beautiful city of Adelaide, October 12-14.
You are invited and urged to come to the 43rd National Convention for WCTU Australia Ltd. It will be held in beautiful Adelaide, only 5 minutes from the airport at the West Beach Parks resort. Accommodation will be in chalets and you can enjoy a leisurely breakfast before starting the day's core business and sweet fellowship.
Speakers will include Professor Maggie Brady, Bronwyn Mison, Paulette from Rahab Ministries, other experts and guests from Adelaide. On one afternoon we will visit and enjoy tea at the WCTU unique tea rooms in Adelaide. Registration is now open and forms are available online and by post. It's not too late to apply to attend. Contact WCTU, Joy Butler or Glenda Amos for more details.
Dry July is a fundraiser that encourages you to go alcohol-free in July to raise funds for people affected by cancer.
Having a month off alcohol also has great health benefits!
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Uncorked! looks beyond the myths about alcohol, revealing the astonishing facts about its effects on the body and society. Uncorked! explores alcohol’s disturbing links with road and workplace accidents, crime and other violence, brain damage and other health impacts, sexual assault and relationship breakdown.
For the past 10 years, Dr.John Ashton and Dr. Ron Laura have monitored the social and health impacts of alcohol. Based on health and social research studies and clinical and community observation, Uncorked! makes essential and engaging reading for all who care about the health of our communities.
The culture of alcohol has become so pervasive, the authors argue, that coherent and coordinated personal and community action is urgently needed to curb its devastating and tragic effects.