Headlines Tagged with FCTC Framework Convention (WHO) — 4,292 headlines found
Throughout the world, tobacco farmers are beginning to switch to growing food or higher yielding crops, like bamboo. ... The campaign Unfairtobacco.org interviewed experts from Bangladesh, Kenya and Brazil during last year's Week of Alternative Liveliho
Feb 11, 2013 Framework Convention Alliance (ch)
added Feb 14, 2013 13:57
Dec 28, 2012 Mondaq
added Dec 28, 2012 13:57
[Africa] A Kenyan High Court Upholds Tobacco Control Regulations, Rejecting British American Tobacco Challenge
court’s decision is a resounding victory for public health and allows the Kenyan government to move forward with implementing a law that will protect millions of citizens from the devastating consequences of tobacco use. As a party to the WHO Framework C
Mar 24, 2016 Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (CTFK)
added Mar 25, 2016 04:58
Nadi Town in Fiji has become the first town in the Pacific to be declared tobacco free on Monday. It effectively embraces the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, of which Fiji is a signatory.
Apr 29, 2014 Islands Business International (nz)
added Apr 29, 2014 06:59
The industry is warning countries that their tobacco laws violate an expanding web of trade and investment treaties, raising the prospect of costly, prolonged legal battles, health advocates and officials said.
Dec 13, 2013 New York Times
added Dec 13, 2013 02:12
At the unveiling of the British American Tobacco’s regional headquarters in Lagos last week...internal BAT documents reveal the details of its bad behaviour in Nigeria that this same company will not dare engage in the United States, United Kingdom or ot
Feb 19, 2016 This Day (ng)
added Feb 19, 2016 17:39
Tobacco Association of Malawi (Tama), the country’s largest tobacco growers’ body, has taken a swipe at the World Health Organisation (WHO) for intensifying its campaign towards abolishing tobacco farming.
Nov 11, 2014 Malawi Nation Online (mw)
added Nov 11, 2014 11:16
As the evidence to this Inquiry demonstrates, there is no good reason to accept this argument. In fact, legitimate packs of cigarettes carry both covert and overt security marking, including numbers and anti- counterfeit marks, which would still be pres
Mar 25, 2013 ASH London (uk)
added Mar 25, 2013 12:31
Jan 30, 2012 Zambia Daily Mail (zm)
added Jan 30, 2012 00:00
Oct 20, 2010 Caribbean News Now!
added Oct 21, 2010 00:00