- Success and challenge of banning new tobacco products – HK’s experience
- Banning electronic smoking devices works: Lessons from Singapore for the ASEAN
- Big tobacco targets national standards bodies to roll out new tobacco products
- Tobacco / E-cigarette Industry and Front Groups Distort Human Rights and Consumer Rights
- Today’s Teens, Tomorrow’s Customers: Baiting youths with new tobacco products to create a new generation of addicts
- Tobacco industry duplicity: Recycling an old marketing code
- The Tobacco Control Atlas: ASEAN Region, Fifth Edition, December 2021
- Smoke-Free Index 2019
- Other SEATCA publications
Other Related Resources
- World Health Organization. (2021). WHO Report on the Global Tobacco Epidemic, 2023: Protect People from Tobacco Smoke Geneva, World Health Organization.
- World Health Organization. (2021). WHO report on the global tobacco epidemic 2021: Addressing new and emerging products. Geneva, World Health Organization.
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- FCTC/COP7/11 (2016) – WHO. Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems and Electronic Non-Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS/ENNDS). Report by WHO, Conference of the Parties to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, Seventh session.
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- World Health Organization. (2018). Tobacco product regulation: Basic handbook. Geneva, World Health Organization.
- Strengthening policies for prevention of Tobacco & Novel and Emerging Nicotine and Tobacco Products (NENTPs) use among youth in the South-East Asia Region. Report of the Expert Group Consultation, New Delhi, India, 27-28 October 2022.
- World Health Organization. (2020). WHO TobLabNet methods for measuring priority contents and emissions in tobacco and related products. Information sheet, March 2020.
- Rehashed ‘Safer tobacco products’ gimmick masquerading as public health benefit
- ASEAN cannot afford a new generation of nicotine addicts
- Countries urged: Follow Singapore’s successful enforcement of ban on electronic smoking devices
- Public health in the Philippines in jeopardy as Vape Bill lapses into law
- Filipinos urge President Duterte to veto the Vape Bill
- Philippines’ Supreme Court decision upholding FDA authority over tobacco products quashes industry attempt to escape health authorities
- Philippine youth in danger as Senate rolls back minimum age on electronic smoking devices
- On using fruity flavors and Pikachu to hook Pinoy youth on nicotine
- Vaping is Harmful, Not Safer
Related web pages
- Tobacco Industry Monitor (SEATCA)
- World Health Organization (WHO) – Regulating nicotine and tobacco products
- WHO Tobacco Laboratory Network (TobLabNet)
- Johns Hopkins – Institute for Global Tobacco Control – Country laws regulating e-cigarettes
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention- Electronic Cigarettes