Seminar | Plain packaging in Australia—how it happened, and what have been the outcomes so far?
Update – it was great to see so many at this presentation by Professor Mike Daube and to hear of the positive results for plain packaging in Australia. We hope to post a copy of his presentation to this web site shortly.
5 November – Wellington
ASPIRE2025 is delighted to be hosting this presentation by Professor Mike Daube from Curtin University, Western Australia, and we invite you to register now.
Professor Mike Daube was Deputy Chair of the Australian National Preventative Health Taskforce that recommended plain packaging of tobacco products. Mike is uniquely qualified to talk to Australia’s experience of both dealing with the opposition to plain packaging and the benefits this has brought.
He is a highly respected and engaging speaker and we are delighted to have the opportunity to host him here in Wellington.
Venue: University of Otago, Wellington | 23 Mein St, Newtown
Date: Wednesday 5 November | 3.00pm
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Registration: Free attendance, but please RSVP to Fran Wright at the University of Otago, Wellington by Monday 3 November. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Don’t forget to register for this seminar now, as numbers are limited.