Corporate social IRresposibility: Товассо Industry Fails International Standards
Enforcing bans on tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship
Dina L.G. Borzekowski and Joanna E. Cohen Pediatrics; originally published online September 30, 2013
Karsten Lunze and Luigi Migliorini
Warning about the dangers of tobacco
Оn the protection of public health policies with respect to tobacco control from commercial and other vested interests of the tobacco industry
Ending the tobacco epidemic
on Dawson, Dr Rana J Singh - 2009 - - English Chandigarh was the first city in India to become smokefree in 2007. This case study examines the development of the smokefree legislation, preparation for implementation, the role of key partners, issues of enforcement and compliance and lessons learned
Jon Dawson - 2009 - - English
This resource sets out guidance for conducting comprehensive but concise case studies of smokefree cities that document achievements, provide insight into how cities have taken forward their smokefree agendas, highlight good practice and draw out key lessons.
Jon Dawson, Jonathan Romo, Mirta Molinari, Lara Garrido - 2009 - - English When Mexico DF's Law for the Protection of the Health of Non-Smokers came into effect in April 2008, public spaces and workplaces were required to be smokefree. The case study examines the context, content and development of the Mexico DF smokefree law, the role of campaigns, leadership and key partners, key research enforcement and compliance, the impact of the law and lessons learned.
Anne Jones - 2009 - - English This guide explains how to develop, implement and support a comprehensive tobacco-free policy for sporting facilities and events to protect the health of players, spectators, staff and their families
Trish Fraser with Burke Fishburn - 2009 - - English The guide promotes tobacco-free policies in healthcare facilities with the aim of reducing tobacco-related morbidity and mortality among staff, patients and broader communities. The guide would be useful for healthcare facility boards, senior management teams, administrators, health professionals, communication experts and other key stakeholders in developing a tobacco-free healthcare facility policies.
Matt Allen, - 2009 - - English The guide outlines how to develop, implement and support a comprehensive tobacco-free campus policy, covering smokefree environments, ending tobacco advertising promotion, sponsorship and sale on campus, and prohibiting partnerships with the tobacco industry. Smokefree campus policies improve the health, productivity and performances of students and staff in educational institutions.
Heather Selin - 2009 - - English The Union's Technical Guide on Tobacco Packaging and Labelling is aimed to help governments implement the most effective packaging and labelling policies possible. It provides step-by-step guidelines for developing graphic health warnings and other packaging measures.
Matt Allen, - 2012 - English The Union's FCTC Article 5.3 Toolkit: Guidance for Governments on Preventing Tobacco Industry Interference provides step-by-step guidance on the key legislative and policy elements of a strategy to safeguard laws and policies from tobacco industry interference.
K. Bissell, T. Fraser, C-Y. Chiang, D. Enarson - Second ed. - 2010 - English This guide addresses the association between tobacco smoke and tuberculosis and offers recommendations for health service providers who want to help their patients with TB to stop using tobacco.
M Salieh, S Bashir, H Khashm Elmouse, D A Enarson, N Mustafa, Z S E Dahab, A El Sony - 2009 - English* Tobacco use is a major cause of illness and premature death. This guide describes Sudan’s experience as a developing country fighting tobacco use and participating in global tobacco research.
WHO / The Union - 2008 - English This monograph provides guidelines to managers of TB and tobacco control programmes on implementing tobacco control activities as an integral part of TB case management at primary health care facilities