China Violates Framework Convention and allows cigarette advertising in Kids schools
Who will protect the Children?
The Tobacco Industries Marketing find several ways to enforce laws against the Nations and especially about human life.
Under the justification of investing in education, the China tobacco industry (China National Corporation-CNTC) is sponsoring about 100 elementary schools in China.
There are ads placed in the school grounds as a sports court with the words: “Talent Comes from hard work – Helps You Become Tobacco talented!”
It is necessary to remember when allows such act, China is in violation of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control – WHO treaty, ratified by the same China in 2005, which advocates a ban on advertising, sponsorship and promotion of cigarette smoke and other tobacco derivatives.
For this form of marketing without limit tobacco industry, the PulmaoSA advocates the need for educational tools aimed at the language of children as an App creation suggested in the ERS2011 in CHEST2011 and the Brazilian Congress of Pneumology of 2010
However, in repudiating it is noteworthy that above the law, there is the vile act of violation of human life of children …
On behalf of the dignity of children, WHO and the UN itself that made the Conference on Non Communicating Diseases (NCD11) at the beginning of September must react.