Advocates Urge ILO To Limit Funding From Tobacco Companies

Devex: ILO under pressure to limit relationship with big tobacco
“The governing body of the International Labour Organization will this week consider whether or how to continue with its engagement with tobacco companies amid criticisms of continuously receiving funding from the industry. Proponents of the U.N. Framework Convention for Tobacco Control have been calling on the U.N. agency to cut its ties with the tobacco industry, specifically its monetary relationship that dates back to over a decade…” (Ravelo, 10/31).

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