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

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 6-page summary provides a brief description of the project; key facts about use of tobacco among women and children, health harms of secondhand smoke, tobacco industry marketing, and the WHO FCTC; 6 overall project conclusions; 5 action recommendations; and a list of key references.

This is 27-page report consists of an Executive Summary; a summary of the findings of the 15 studies that were conducted for this project; overall project conclusions; key advocacy messages; and a complete list of references.

This report presents findings from Wave 1 and Wave 2 of the ITC Bangladesh Survey that assess the effectiveness of the current smoke-free policies in Bangladesh.

This report presents findings from Wave 1 and Wave 2 of the ITC Bangladesh Survey that assess the effectiveness of the text-only warning labels in Bangladesh.

This report presents findings from two waves of the ITC Brazil Survey, which polled representative samples of smokers and non-smokers in three major cities between 2009 and 2013.

This report presents findings from two waves of the ITC Brazil Survey, which polled representative samples of smokers and non-smokers in three major cities between 2009 and 2013.

This summary presents key findings from Wave 1 and Wave 2 of the ITC Netherlands Survey.

The Report describes and analyzes New Zealand smoker attitudes toward the tobacco industry and a range of tobacco control regulatory policies compared to attitudes of Australian smokers.

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