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Home / Resource hub / BRIEFING PAPER: MAXIMISING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE WHO FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON TOBACCO CONTROL: THE NEED FOR IMPLEMENTATION REVIEW MECHANISMS AND PROCEDURES
The need for implementation review mechanisms and procedures.
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Opinion: Tobacco — main factor in non-communicable diseases
On Budget Advocacy and Building a Coalition to Push Tobacco Control to the Forefront
Supporting National Action for WHO FCTC Implementation in sub-Saharan Africa
Opinion: Getting strategic about tackling the world’s leading cause of preventable death
The ILO Ends Contracts with Tobacco Companies
New Report Calls for Action on Tobacco Industry Interference in Public Health Policies
UPDATE RE: FCA’s Policy Brief “Why the EU tracking and tracing system works only for the EU”
Why Governments Must Prioritise Sustained Tobacco Control Investment in LMICs
Joint Letter to UN SG RE: Role of the tobacco industry in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
Webinar: Evaluating the FCTC’s Impact on a Global Scale