People have died from tobacco-related diseases since the opening of the first FCTC working group on 28 October 1999.
COP-4, Punta del este
Bulletins from The Fourth Session of the Conference of the Parties to the WHO FCTC, held in Punta del este, Uruguay, 15-20 November 2010.
Spanish translation of page 1 of Bulletin 106
Spanish translation of front page of Bulletin 110
French translation of Page 1 of Bulletin 107
French translation of Page 1 of Bulletin 108
French translation of page 1 of Bulletin 106
Spanish translation of front page of Bulletin 109
In this issue:
A critical moment for tobacco control *Yes to INB-5 - and yes to important preparatory work *Tobacco industry uses family farmers as a front group *It’s time for all Parties to engage in Committee B *L’homme qui a bouleversé la fiscalité du tabac au Vietnam *The 350+ members of FCA poised for COP-4
In this issue: *Health triumphs over tobacco industry, *Cambodia's slow progress in combating tobacco, *The smoke-filled room, *Malawi: tobacco versus development, *In support of family farmers in Brazil, *Gracias Uruguay, *Ukrainian media attacks draft tobacco control law
In this issue: *New Zealand,an example to follow, *Flavoured products are a public health issue, *Article 9&10 guidelines should be adopted, *La industria tabacalera ataca otra vez: ahora a Paraguay, *FCTC successes & shortcomings, *ITP working group - caution, *Waterpipes flavourings, *Gender, women and tobacco
In This Issue: *Article 6 working group needed, *Kenya’s new graphic images, *El control del tabaco en Uruguay, *Le sevrage tabagique, *Cross-border marketing, *Seychelles leading on Articles 8 & 13, *UK No Smoking Day, *Russia’s promising Concept 7, *Article 6 would work for Ghana