WHO Fails to Adequately Protect Global Alcohol Policy Development From Alcohol, Tobacco Industry Interference

Posted on October 03, 2021 in Africa, Africa, Africa, Africa, Africa

WHO’s consultative processes for developing the Global Alcohol Action Plan have not been adequate to address conflicts of interest in relation to the alcohol industry, violating the principles of FENSA.
As first exposed by Movendi International, organizations with known links to the tobacco industry participated in both web-based consultations, despite FENSA’s principle of non-engagement with tobacco industry actors.
Member States must ensure that WHO has the resources to implement and is held accountable for appropriate and consistent safeguards against industry interference in the development of global alcohol policy.

Alcohol Industry Lobbyism, Availability, Big Alcohol, BigAlcoholExposed, CDoH, Conflict Of Interest, Evidence, FENSA, Science, WHO, WHO Global Alcohol Strategy
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