Tobacco Industry Interference Index 2020

Tobacco Industry Interference Index PDF 3.2mb Implementation of Article 5.3 of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control in Asian Countries, 2020     Tobacco Industry Interference Index PDF 3.2mb Implementation of Article 5.3 of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control in ASEAN Countries, 2020  

Latino America Regional Report 2020 (Spanish)

  Launch of the Regional Tobacco Industry Interference Index in Latin America Report: Interferencia de la Industria Tabacalera en American Latina 2020 Agenda English, Spanish Press Release for International Community Press Release for Latino America Countries Executive Summary English, PR, Spanish Regional Map, General Interference Mexico case English, Spanish Report of Work Part 1 Spanish

Tobacco Industry Interference at the 74th Session of the United Nations General Assembly

2019 STOP EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The tobacco industry’s goal to profit despite the deaths and diseases it causes is inherently irreconcilable with the United Nation’s (UN’s) goal towards sustainable development. The tobacco industry’s products continue to kill up to 8 million people annually, and the tobacco industry’s business leads to a net loss to the world […]

Global Tobacco Industry Interference Index (2019)

Global Tobacco Industry Interference Index, a global survey of how public health policies are protected from the industry’s subversive efforts, and how governments have pushed back against this influence. The Tobacco Industry Interference Index was initiated by the South-East Asia Tobacco Control Alliance (SEATCA) as a regional report and with support from Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Stopping […]

Issues Concerning a Tobacco Company at an OECD Session on Integrity and Lobbying (2019)

I. Background At the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) annual Integrity and Anti-Corruption Forum in Paris, France, a Philip Morris International (PMI) executive served as a panelist at a 21 March 2019 session entitled “Responsible Lobbying: Aligning Profit for Public Good.” The session details were posted on 19 March 2019. Upon learning of […]

ILO Should End Cooperation with Tobacco Industry (2018)

Tobacco industry CSR activities undermine progress on health and development and stifle the ability of tobacco workers to express their freedom to associate and bargain collectively. The International Labour Organization (ILO) is the sole UN agency that still accepts sponsorship from an industry whose products kill 7 million people globally per year; instead the ILO […]