Packaging and Labelling of Tobacco Products

Packaging Design Analysis to Support Standardised Packaging in the ASEAN PDF 5.4mb

This report analyses cigarette packaging design strategies and promotional elements used by industry to subvert and dilute the effectiveness of existing regulations on pictorial health warnings and bans on tobacco advertising, promotion, and sponsorship that are implemented in ASEAN countries.

SEATCA Tobacco Packaging and Labelling Index: Implementation of Article 11 of the WHO Framework convention on Tobacco Control in ASEAN Countries 2019 PDF 3.5mb

This Index provides a detailed review of country’s progress in implementing packaging and labelling requirements according to the recommendations of the FCTC Article 11 Guidelines across the 10 ASEAN countries. It identifies gaps and areas for improvement in the existing policies in each country that help governments to further strengthen the implementation of health warning legislations and move toward plain packaging.
2016: PDF 7.6mb

art 11coverFCTC Article 11 Guidelines: Evidence-Based Best Practices PDF 97.3mb

In response to the need to provide a comprehensive guide to the World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) Article 11 Guidelines, a compilation of evidence-based best practices for developing effective health warning messages was presented. It focuses on a step-by-step evidence-based explanation for each clause of the guidelines that can be easily understood by policy makers and implementers. The report also includes discussion on emissions and constituent labelling, prohibitions on misleading packaging information and countering tobacco industry arguments. An overview of the current status of health warnings in the Southeast Asian region comprising Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam is included.

its only w coverIt’s Only Words: Interference in Implementing Health Warnings in Cambodia PDF 2.2mb

With the minimal tobacco control regulation in place and the absence of a ban on tobacco advertising, promotions and sponsorships provided an opportunity for tobacco industry to undertake a wide range of promotional strategies.  The strategies allow the industry to market its products in order to prevent advances in tobacco control in Cambodia. The industry continues to act and react solely on its own interests to challenge and interfere with the implementation of cost-effective tobacco control measures. This report documents the challenges and lessons learned from Cambodia’s experiences in advocating for strong health warning. It also aims to highlight tobacco industry tactics and arguments used to undermine the effectiveness of WHO FCTC recommendations.

imp phw in mal coverImplementing Pictorial Health Warnings in Malaysia: Lessons Learned and Challenges PDF 7.4mb

Malaysia faced strong challenges from the industry in pushing for effective tobacco control legislation requiring mandatory display of six sets of pictorial health warnings (PHWs) on cigarette packs.  These valuable experiences of Malaysia in implementing pictorial health warnings present a good case study as documented in this booklet. It provides insights of Malaysia’s experience including challenges and lessons learned putting in place pictorial health warnings effective 1 January 2009. It is hoped to serve as a guide in providing insights and ways to implement PHWs.

เราใช้คุกกี้เพื่อพัฒนาประสิทธิภาพ และประสบการณ์ที่ดีในการใช้เว็บไซต์ของคุณ คุณสามารถศึกษารายละเอียดได้ที่ นโยบายความเป็นส่วนตัว และสามารถจัดการความเป็นส่วนตัวเองได้ของคุณได้เองโดยคลิกที่ ตั้งค่า

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