Third Regional European Alcohol Policy Youth Conference

25th to 28th July 2022
Tullamore, Ireland

The aim of the 3rd REAPYC is to building capacity for young people to become advocates of a more comprehensive alcohol policy in Europe. The conference will gather up to 40 participants from various European countries and will offer parallel sessions focusing on youth research on alcohol, project development and advocacy on alcohol policy.

Idea and aims

YHO works towards health and wellbeing of young people, through promotion of healthy lifestyles and prevention of non-communicable diseases, including mental health and environmental health. It develops and supports evidence-based and effective policies to assure health-promoting environments for young people.

The main goals are to:

Participation Fee

The participation fee covers the conference pack, local travel and lunches for the duration of the event. The participation fee varies upon the time of your application/ registration. You can lower your participation fee by applying early – see the different fees below.


Public bodies, Regular and non-European participants

Non-governmental Organizations and Students 

Representatives of YHO member organizations

Early birds: 

until 5th July 2022 

350 €

250 €

100 €

Regular applicants:

until 10th July 2022

450 €

350 €

150 €

Late applicants:
after 25th July 2022

550 €

450 €

200 €

A refund of 100 € is possible for organizations that are interested in becoming members of YHO- please contact us for details until the 10th July at

You can find a preliminary agenda for the conference here.

Accomodation and Costs

The Bridge House is a well-established family hotel in the midlands of Ireland on Bridge Street, Tullamore, County Offaly. The meeting will take place in the Millenium Room. The reception is accessed at the side of the building from Bridge Street.

The participants that are not members of any organization, cover the accomodation and other costs on their own .

Travel and Costs

Tullamore is served by train from Dublin’s Hueston Station, the final train on Sunday is 20.30, the journey takes just under 1 hr. The “Dublin Express” coach connects the airport to the train station for €7 taking approximately 30 minutes. This is the method we would recommend.

There are number of busses and coaches from Dublin City Centre to Tullamore. Some are from the central bus station and another from the city centre with departures on Sunday at 18.30 and 22.30.  

The participants that are not members of any organization, cover their own travel costs.

Selection process and confirmation of attendance

The applicants that have no connection to the Alcohol nor Tobacco Industry (it is a mandatory declaration during the application process below) are considered approved after the participation fee has been paid.

Selected participants will receive the confirmation by email with a Welcome pack and information for the transfer of the participation fee in three working days after the application has been submitted. Your place at the conference will be guaranteed after the receipt of the participation fee or booked tickets confirmation.

The spots for the conference are limited and prticipants will ce accepted, based on the “first come, first served” basis.