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ASH Comment on King’s Speech announcement about the Tobacco and Vapes Bill

In today’s King’s Speech the Government announced that reintroduction of the Tobacco and Vapes Bill was an early priority for the Government in the forthcoming session. 


The Tobacco Harm Reduction narrative does not hold scientific evidence

The newly released Eurobarometer on Attitudes of Europeans Towards Tobacco and Related Products1 paints a concerning picture, to say the least. Nearly one in four Europeans (24%) currently smoke, reflecting only a 1 percentage point decrease from 2020. Meanwhile, e-cigarette use is now up to 6% among the 15-24 age group. This proves that the complete lack of tobacco control measures at the EU level resulted in smoking prevalence dropping only 1 percentage point over 2020-2023. 

SFP Submission to UN Consultation on Harm Reduction

Within the framework of Human Rights Council resolution 51/21, the Special Rapporteur on the right to health has identified health equity as a strategic priority, ranging from the underlying determinants of health to the need to eliminate structural and systemic barriers in accessing health care services, goods, and facilities, particularly among persons living under vulnerable or marginalised circumstances. 

SFP responded to the Special Rapporteur on the right to health's call for input. 

SFP News

FILTERED conference: Challenging Big Industry Narratives: Alcohol, Tobacco, Unhealthy Food and Drinks: Population Measures and Policies

The SFP is participating in the conference ‘Challenging Big Industry Narratives: Alcohol, Tobacco, Unhealthy Food and Drinks: Population Measures and Policies’ taking place on June 27-28, in Ljubljana, Slovenia. This conference is organised as part of the FILTERED project – From Siloes to Synergies to Prevent NCDs, co-funded by the European Union (Action Grant, EU4Health Programme).

World No Tobacco Day 2024: Consumption Among Teenagers in Europe on the Rise

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM, 31/05/2024 – World No Tobacco Day is celebrated each year on the 31st of May. With this year’s topic – protecting children from tobacco industry interference – the WHO wants to draw attention to the predatory marketing practices of tobacco companies to the detriment of the youth. 

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