Protecting the development and implementation of public health policies from undue influence of unhealthy commodity industries

Statement by the WHO Civil Society Working Group on Noncommunicable Diseases. 

Published 11 September 2020

Protecting the development and implementation of public health policies from undue influence of unhealthy commodity industries.

This new statement on ‘Protecting the development and implementation of public health policies from undue influence of unhealthy commodity industries’ from the World Health Organization (WHO) Civil¬†Society Working¬†Group on NCDs calls on all relevant stakeholders¬†including WHO Member States, UN agencies, programmes and funds, international global health and humanitarian organisations,¬†NGOs, academic institutions and the media to protect public health policies from undue¬†influence of unhealthy commodity industries.

Download the statement here…

Kate Swaffer is pleased to represent Dementia Alliance International on this second WHO Civil Society Working Group, which is one of 36 Member organisations.

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