The shock of a deadly pandemic combined with the subsequent confinement period has made us
Economic independence is a secret wish of all women, especially since de last quarter of the 19th century. Housework was facilitated by water, gas and
In collaboration with Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) Framework Convention Alliance (FCA) International Network of Women Against Tobacco (INWAT), International Alliance of Women (IAW), and Global Health 50/50 (based at UCL Centre for Gender and Global Health)
The purpose of this side event is to highlight evidence-informed policies and strategies – in line with the mandates of the WHO FCTC– that will accelerate progress on gender-responsible tobacco control policies. Examples will be used to illustrate concrete actions that policy-makers, NGOs, women and youth groups, health professionals and other stakeholders can take.
Updated September 2018