Resources

Observing Menthol Bans in Canada

07/2016

After a recent menthol ban in the Canadian provinces of Alberta and Nova Scotia, researchers from the Institute for Global Tobacco Control (IGTC) at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health found that many menthol “replacement” packs (packs with similar coloring or flavor without menthol) are on sale. Almost 90 percent of the redesigned packs are marketed as a different, smooth alternative to menthol or regular cigarettes. Read the study here.

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World No Tobacco Day 2016: Plain Packaging

05/2016

With advertising restrictions changing in countries all around the world, tobacco companies haven taken to cigarette packs and even cigarettes themselves to entice users and sell their brand.

Find out more about this year’s World No Tobacco Day (May 31) theme, plain packaging, through this multi-part series. WHO also offers World No Tobacco Day information and graphics.

 

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World No Tobacco Day 2015: Beware Illegal Tobacco

05/2015

The tobacco industry and criminal groups profit from the illegal tobacco trade, leaving the public to pay the health and security costs.

Every May 31, the World Health Organization promotes an important tobacco control measure to save lives. Find out more about this year’s theme, illicit trade, through this multi-part series. WHO also offers World No Tobacco Day information and graphics. #NoTobacco

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Limiting Exposure to Secondhand Smoke in Low- and Middle-income Countries through the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

01/2013

This fact sheet presents how the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) can be used to influence policy and protect individuals with respiratory conditions from secondhand smoke.

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