In 2011 and 2012, Corporate Accountability International played a key role in advancing a resolution at McDonald's Shareholders' Meeting requires. The resolution requires McDonald’s to publicly assess its impacts on the nation’s health.
According to Article 5.3 of the global tobacco treaty, ratifying countries should refuse to:treat tobacco corporations as “stakeholders” in public health policyinvest in the tobacco industrypartner with tobacco corporations for health or other purposesaccept their so-called corporate social responsibility schemesSee this factsheet to learn more about Article 5.3 of the FCTC. Véase este documento en español.
The report, "Slowing Down Fast Food: A Policy Guide for Healthier Kids and Families," documents ways in which city and county policymakers can address the toll that diet-related disease is taking on their communities’ health.
This fact sheet exposes the tobacco industry’s latest effort to undermine the global tobacco treaty's Illicit Trade Protocol and explains why Parties to the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control should reject Codentify®, the latest industry-promoted system to control illicit trade.