Seminar | Constraining Government Regulatory Authority: Tobacco Industry Trade Threats and Tobacco Plain Packaging
Update 16 June: Thank you to everyone who joined us for Eric’s presentation. To view the seminar presentation slides or web-conference recording, please click here.
Register now for our next ASPIRE2025 seminar, presented by Eric Crosbie from the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Hear how transnational tobacco companies are using trade agreements to constrain government regulatory authority. In light of the pending plain packaging proposal in New Zealand this is a critical issue for us in the tobacco sector and we invite you to RSVP now.
Eric has conducted extensive research in this area and has also participated in sessions with trade representatives during trade negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement.
We are delighted to have the opportunity to host Eric here in Wellington.
Venue: University of Otago, Wellington | 23 Mein St, Newtown
Date: Monday 15 June | 1.15pm
View flier: Constraining Government Regulatory Authority: Tobacco Industry Trade Threats and Tobacco Plain Packaging
Registration: Free attendance, but please RSVP to Fran Wright at the University of Otago, Wellington by Wednesday 10 June. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Remote access: Please note this seminar is available by web-conference for those outside of Wellington who are unable to attend in person. Just indicate on your return email that you will attend by web-conference and you will be sent log-in details closer to the time.
Don’t forget to register for this seminar now, as numbers are limited.