Agenda 2030 is an action plan designed to address critical areas for humanity and the planet. It includes activities aimed at the well-being of people, the environment, bringing peace and prosperity. The secretariat of the Framework for Tobacco Control (FCTC/WHO), understanding that the 17 SDGs are connected with the implementation of the convention, supports several measures of the 2030 Agenda through the execution of its articles. Among these measures are those established in the treaty's general obligations and in the treaty's central policies to reduce the supply and demand for tobacco, such as strengthening tobacco taxation (Article 6), protection against exposure to tobacco smoke (Article 8), the regulation of product packaging and labeling (Article 11) and the regulation of tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship (Article 13), among other articles.
INTERFERÊNCIA da indústria do tabaco na Agenda 2030. Cetab/Ensp/Fiocruz, Rio de Janeiro, out. 2021. 18p.