Actively seek enforcement of government regulation of under-age purchase and consumption and encourage governments to introduce a minimum purchase age and enforce it.
Develop, promote and disseminate educational materials and programs designed to prevent and reduce under-age purchase and consumption.
Take independently verifiable measures so that print, electronic, broadcast and digital media where alcohol products are advertised have a minimum 70% adult audience.
Develop a set of global guiding principles for alcohol beverage marketing in digital media and put in place, where possible, controls to limit under-age access.
Take steps to enable non-industry participation where none already exists in self-regulatory processes that enforce marketing code standards.
Include appropriate contractual language in advertising agency agreements requiring them to abide by the responsible marketing and promotional codes.
Commit to not produce any beverage alcohol products that contain excessive amounts of added stimulants or market or promote any beverage alcohol product as delivering energizing or stimulating effects.
Develop a standard set of easily understood symbols to discourage drinking and driving, under-age consumption and consumption by pregnant women to appear on packaging.
Assess current drink driving initiatives and replicate the successful ones in six additional countries, mainly focusing on those in the developing world.
Invite leading international retailers to join signatories in launching a responsible retailing initiative, that would create “guiding principles of responsible beverage alcohol retailing,” focusing on current best practice guidelines.