Chris Bostic and Deborah Sy will examine Article 5.3 (industry interference) of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control and the formal Implementation Guidelines, how they have been implemented globally, and how they might be used to minimize the industry’s impact in New Zealand, particularly given the country’s laudable efforts toward inclusion and transparency.
Posts from the ‘Past Events’ Category
Webinar | ‘As Long as It Comes off as a Cigarette Ad, Not a Civil Rights Message’: Gender, Inequity and the Tobacco Industry
The ASPIRE2025 Research Centre is delighted to welcome Dr Sarah Hill, from The University of Sydney for this webinar presentation.
The ASPIRE2025 Research Centre is delighted to welcome Dr. Bonnie Halpern-Felsher, from Stanford University, California, USA for this webinar presentation.
Join us online for the launch of an ASPIRE/ASH report on adolescent smoking in NZ’s biggest Pacific communities (Samoan, Cook Island Māori, Tongan & Niuean), and discussion from Pacific leaders about their hopes and priorities for the Smokefree2025 Action Plan.
Webinar | Who will win the race to the tobacco endgame? Why New Zealand could soon be in first place (but also has some competition)
The ASPIRE2025 Research Centre is delighted to welcome international researcher, Professor Emerita Ruth Malone, from the University of California, San Francisco, USA for this webinar presentation.Read more