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        We have developed these resources on tobacco control policies, policy enforcement and assessment, and tobacco-related disease, to assist public health professionals, governments and civil society in their work to reduce tobacco use. Most of these documents can be downloaded here for free.

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        TC2016

        The Index of Tobacco Control Sustainability (ITCS) is a tool to assess and guide national tobacco control programmes to become sustainable. It comprises 31 indicators that identify which structures, policies and resources a country has in place for sustainable tobacco control. It is designed for use by national tobacco control units within governments and national tobacco control coalitions.

        This document also contains the first round of ITCS assessments from 24 countries with the highest burden of tobacco use. It was created by The Union's Department of Tobacco Control in in 2016.

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        The Union’s toolkit for WHO FCTC Article 5.3 Toolkit step-by-step guidance on the key legislative and policy elements of a strategy to safeguard laws and policies from tobacco industry interference.

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        assessingcompliance2nd ed English, Espa?ol

        A "how-to" guide for conducting compliance studies that promotes best practice in assessing compliance with smoke-free laws. It will be of interest to a range of audiences, including public health advocates, government officials, and researchers.

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        mpower2011 - English

        The WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control and its guidelines provide the foundation for countries to implement and manage tobacco control. To help make this a reality, WHO introduced the MPOWER measures which correspond to one or more articles of the Framework Convention, to assist in reducing the demand for tobacco products at country-level. These brochures, endorsed by The Union and all its Partners in the Bloomberg Initiative to Reduce Tobacco Use, are intended to further this support, summarizing key data and recommendations in each of these policy areas.

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        smokefree2009 - Jon Dawson, Dr Rana J Singh - 2009 - English

        Chandigarh was the first city in India to become smokefree in 2007. This case study examines the development of the smokefree legislation, preparation for implementation, the role of key partners, issues of enforcement and compliance and lessons learned

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        smokefreecitycaseJon Dawson - 2009 - English

        This resource sets out guidance for conducting comprehensive but concise case studies of smokefree cities that document achievements, provide insight into how cities have taken forward their smokefree agendas, highlight good practice and draw out key lessons.

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        2009 - Anne Jones - English, Russian

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        This guide explains how to develop, implement and support a comprehensive tobacco-free policy for sporting facilities and events to protect the health of players, spectators, staff and their families.

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        smokefreeeducational2009 - Anne Jones - 2009 - English

        The guide outlines how to develop, implement and support a comprehensive tobacco-free campus policy, covering smokefree environments, ending tobacco advertising promotion, sponsorship and sale on campus, and prohibiting partnerships with the tobacco industry. Smokefree campus policies improve the health, productivity and performances of students and staff in educational institutions.

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        smokefreemexico2009 - Jon Dawson, Jonathan Romo, Mirta Molinari, Lara Garrido - 2009 - English, Espa?ol, Chinese

        When Mexico DF's Law for the Protection of the Health of Non-Smokers came into effect in April 2008, public spaces and workplaces were required to be smokefree. The case study examines the context, content and development of the Mexico DF smokefree law, the role of campaigns, leadership and key partners, key research enforcement and compliance, the impact of the law and lessons learned.

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        2002 - J. Crofton, D. Simpson - Macmillan - English, Fran?ais, Espa?ol, Russian, Indonesian, Hindi

        This book aims to alert people in developing countries to the dangers of tobacco use. It covers all aspects of the tobacco problem, cessation methods and anti-tobacco campaigning. Commissioned by Teaching-Aids At Low Cost (TALC). Order the print version:

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        2009 Luk Joossens Framework Convention Alliance Brussels, Belgium
        David Merriman Institute of Government and Public Affairs and Department of Public Administration University of Illinois, Chicago, USA
        Hana Ross International Tobacco Control Research American Cancer Society USA
        Martin Raw UK Centre for Tobacco Control Studies Division of Epidemiology and Public Health University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK

        "If the global illicit trade were eliminated, governments would gain at least $31 billion, and from 2030 onwards would save over 160,000 lives a year."

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