People have died from tobacco-related diseases since the opening of the first FCTC working group on 28 October 1999.
- Published on 02 November 2015
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids seeks an Associate Director of Research for the International Advocacy Resource Centre.
- Published on 22 September 2015
As the United Nations (UN) tracks progress on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) over the next 15 years, it will monitor countries’ efforts to implement the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC)*.
- Published on 16 September 2015
FCA was part of the discussions at the 65th Session of the WHO Regional Committee for Europe this week.
The Alliance supported the roadmap of actions to strengthen FCTC implementation in the European Region to make tobacco consumption history.
- Published on 19 August 2015
By Xu Guihua
China is the world’s largest tobacco producer and consumer. One-third of the world’s smokers live in the country where tobacco control is a work in progress, but also a protracted war with the tobacco industry.
- Published on 05 August 2015
As much of the world now knows, in 2010 Philip Morris International (PMI) sued the Government of Uruguay for its newest measures to reduce tobacco use.
The government had:
- Published on 29 July 2015
Negotiators from 12 countries are meeting in Hawaii at the end of July in an attempt to finalize the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade and investment agreement. As of this writing, the fate of two proposals on tobacco is unknown.
- Published on 19 June 2015
Now is the time for the global tobacco control community to encourage and support tobacco control in Dominican Republic.
By Dr. Samuel Ramos and Dr. Eduardo Bianco*
Dominican Republic is the only country in the Americas that did not sign the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC). It’s no surprise: during negotiations on the Convention (2000-2003), tobacco industry representatives were part of the country’s official delegation.