Actions / Gender

Exposing the Evidence - Women and Second Hand Smoke in Europe

INWAT/ENSP Report

As highlighed in this report, there is currently very limited sex and gender specific information on SHS exposure both within and across countries in Europe. Few, if any, programmes have been developed which take a gender-sensitive approach to addressing SHS in public and private places. These and other issues and concerns identified in this newly published report form the basis for the recommendations for future action identified in the its final section.

ENSP Framework Project 2001-2002

International Network of Women Against Tobacco

The objective of the INWAT Europe project is to contribute to the reduction of tobacco use among women in Europe.

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