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This report presents evidence on Canadian smokers’ support for various strategies to reduce the national prevalence of smoking.

This report brings together data from two ongoing major global tobacco research and surveillance studies – the International Tobacco Control Policy Evaluation Project (the ITC Project) and the Global Tobacco Surveillance System (GTSS) – to examine people’s awareness of the cardiovascular risks of tobacco use, and secondhand smoke exposure.

This Report analyses the facts about the economics of cigarette taxation in Kenya and project the effects of recent proposed cigarette tax policy changes on tax revenue and public health.

This Report aims to describe cigarette pack colouring in the New Zealand market and to determine whether pack colour is related to potentially misleading cigarette brand variant names (eg. regular, light, extra light and menthol brands).

This Report summarizes the evidence from ITC Project findings to provide guidance to policymakers in implementing Article 14. This Report was created in November 2010.

The ITC Project produced the ITC Tobacco Warning Labels Report to present its findings to the 2009 World No Tobacco Day (WNTD), which focused on pictorial warnings.

This Report summarizes the evidence from ITC Project findings to provide guidance to policymakers in implementing Article 14. This Report was created in November 2010.

This report aims to provide a global evidence review on the impact of the WHO FCTC on the implementation of tobacco control legislation and the effectiveness of those implementations.

This infographic summarizes the main findings of the report "Impact of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control on the Implementation and Effectiveness of Tobacco Control Measures: A Global Evidence Review".

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