The Smoke Free Partnership is a large European coalition of NGOs that works on EU policy analysis and advocacy, mobilising decision makers to make tobacco control a political priority.
Here is the first SFP newsletter of 2022! Here you will find highlights of the last months, as well as key materials and events.
In February 2022, the advertising agency Mediatransports twice refused to allow the French public health group, ACT-Alliance contre le tabac to advertise in the Parisian subway and railway stations. The blocked advertisements are from ACT’s latest campaign “Change their future” which denounces the tobacco industry’s exploitation of young people.
Health is the first victim of Tobacco products. Nonetheless, tobacco products influence much more than one's health. As you will see in this document made by the World Health Organisation, tobacco's influence can be witnessed in world poverty, gender inequality, or even inequality between and in countries.
Discover SFP's work throughout 2020 in our latest Annual Report.
SFP is joining its voice to 11 organisations to support the report developed by the European Parliament’s Special Committee on Beating Cancer (BECA); and call on Members of the European Parliament to adopt the report during the plenary vote of February with no weakening of its recommendations on cancer prevention.
The Smoke Free Partnership (SFP) was created in order to advocate at EU and national level for the implementation of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. For a decade and a half, it provided a key voice in public health in Europe, advocating for the adoption of policies and legislation to help reduce tobacco use.