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The Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) contains a powerful provision, Article 19, on liability. Article 19 gives Parties the ...

For two consecutive years we shut out tobacco corporations from international policy talks to prevent interference and ensure lifesaving regulations.

Philip Morris International (PMI) claims it doesn’t market to kids, but a hard-hitting report we released with long-time ally Campaign for Tobacco-Free kids shows otherwise.

All governments should comprehensively ban all forms of tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship in accordance with the international tobacco control ...

La communauté mondiale s’est unie autour d’une convention globale antitabac — Ce document contient des mesures efficaces visant a du ...

Tobacco industry interference in public health policymaking is the single greatest threat to the life-saving potential of the global tobacco ...

Conforme al Artículo 5.3, los países que han ratificado el CMCT deben negarse a: Tratar a las corporaciones de tabaco como ...

In 2008, Parties unanimously adopted strong guidelines for Article 5.3 of the FCTC that safeguard against the tobacco industry’s fundamental ...

After years of grassroots organizing by a powerful coalition coordinated by Corporate Accountability International, Colombia –once a safe haven for Big Tobacco – passed a comprehensive national tobacco control law in keeping with the global tobacco treaty.

With our allies, we helped secure precedent-setting global tobacco treaty guidelines to prevent the industry from interfering in health policy. The guidelines have helped countries across the globe.

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