What do delegates to the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control COP-10 meeting need to do their job well. This provides commentary on the agenda and papers and range of background resources.
The Commission is trying to use the forthcoming FCTC COP-10 meeting to endorse anti-harm-reduction measures and to evade democratic scrutiny.
World Health Organisation exploits tobacco farmers, the hungry, sick and poor in its crude activism.
On World No Tobacco Day, the WHO launches a campaign to “grow food, not tobacco” supposedly to address hunger and tackle tuberculosis (TB). None of it makes any sense.
The World Health Organisation continues to present misleading information about e-cigarettes that spreads doubt and confusion among the public, media and policymakers. This post reviews its latest Q & A and finds multiple errors of analysis, misleading statements, and obvious biases.
The WHO tobacco control treaty meetings are closed bubbles of cultivated groupthink – a comparison with the UN climate change treaty
At the start of COP-9, the head of the FCTC convention secretariat proudly drew a comparison with the other COP,
Prohibitionists at work: how the WHO damages public health through hostility to tobacco harm reduction
This post examines how WHO and related institutions aggressively promote the prohibition of much safer alternatives to cigarettes, such as
One hundred specialists call for WHO to change its hostile stance on tobacco harm reduction – new letter to FCTC delegates published
Just want the letter? PDF version: English, Français, Español, Deutsch (new) – and text below.
100 experts sign a public letter on the failure of the WHO approach to tobacco smoking and public health. In
It’s World No Tobacco Day and we have sent our detailed letter and multiple critical expert comments to the WHO
WHO has gone rogue on tobacco policy – millions at risk from tired dogma and a refusal to grasp innovation
A message for World No Tobacco Day, 31 May 2021 If you just want to go straight to our unforgiving