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Man speaks out about the tobacco industry

Every year, tobacco kills almost six million people.

Big Tobacco is driving the world’s greatest preventable epidemic of death and disease, aggressively expanding in the world’s lowest-income countries. Our campaign saves lives by working with allies across the globe to secure health policies over the objection, intimidation and interference of the tobacco industry. Learn More

John Oliver delivered a blistering takedown of the tobacco industry, exposing its kid-targeted marketing and its "intimidation by litigation" tactics.

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Gigi Kellett and TJ Faircloth at the UN

Global Tobacco Treaty Unanimously Adopted

We helped ensure the unanimous adoption of the global tobacco treaty, the first global public health and corporate accountability treaty. The treaty protects nearly 90 percent of the world’s population.


What's New
May 23, 2017
Corporate Accountability International
This week, one of Big Tobacco’s foremost front groups, the International Tax and Investment Center (ITIC), has responded to pressure from the World Health Organization, the World Bank, and public health advocates by cutting ties with the tobacco industry.
January 17, 2017
Corporate Accountability International
“By purchasing Reynolds, British American Tobacco now surpasses Philip Morris International as the largest global tobacco transnational.
Cloe Franko
We are taking a moment to celebrate the defeat of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which came at the tail end of 2016.


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