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WHO FCTC Article 2.1: The Overlooked Article’s Impact on Endgame

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Nov 9, 2020 08:44 AM

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Speakers

Guy Muller
Public Affairs Consultant International @Dutch Cancer Society (DCS)
Guy Muller is the Public Affairs consultant international of the Dutch Cancer Society (DCS). One of the focus areas of his work is Tobacco control and access to medicines. Key areas of expertise are illicit trade, Tobacco Products directive and excise. His work focusses on international regulations, policy, guidelines and treaties. Besides tobacco related issues, Guy Muller is the Founder, together with Dr. Wim van Harten, of the European Fair Pricing Network (EFPN). The EFPN is founded by Cancer Charities from over 10 European countries and is established to work for fairer prices of cancer medicines while upkeeping the innovation pipeline and early access for patients to promising new medicines. He also works on the strategy and action planning of the European Cancer League Access to Medicines Task Force.
Dr. Mary Assunta
Senior Policy Advisor @Southeast Asia Tobacco Control Alliance (SEATCA) & Head of Global Research and Advocacy @Global Center for Good Governance in Tobacco Control (GGTC)
Mary is a Luther Terry Awardee (2003) for outstanding leadership in tobacco control, representing low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) in many platforms to counter and debunk tobacco industry tactics. She has more than 20 years of experience in international tobacco control advocacy. She is the principal author of the tobacco industry interference index. She has a doctorate in public health from the University of Sydney – School of Public Health, in which she serves as an adjunct senior lecturer.
Dr. Marita Hefler
News Editor @BMJ Tobacco Control
Dr Marita Hefler is News Editor for BMJ Tobacco Control, and a senior post-doctoral research fellow and lecturer at the Menzies School of Health Research in Darwin, Australia. Her research interests include reducing socioeconomic and racial disparities in smoking prevalence, social media in tobacco control, smoke free prisons policy and tobacco industry monitoring. Marita is the co-chair of Project Sunset International, an initiative to encourage governments to legislate phasing out commercial sales of combustible tobacco products. As Tobacco Control News Editor, she supports tobacco control practitioners and advocates from a wide range of countries to publish news and analysis which can both support local advocacy and share lessons learned in policy making.