An editorial by ASPIRE researchers published in the New Zealand Medical Journal discusses the next steps that are needed for achieving a Smokefree Aotearoa by 2025 once the current Vaping Bill has
New ASPIRE 2025 research, reporting findings from the New Zealand ITC project, shows that most people who smoke or who have recently quit smoking are in support of the Smokefree Aotearoa goal and a
The tobacco industry has a long history of exploiting Indigenous peoples and their culture.
This blog discusses the passing of the Smoke-free Environments (Prohibiting Smoking in Motor Vehicles Carrying Children) Amendment Act last week.
Although loss-framed pictorial warning labels (PWLs) have increased knowledge of the health harms caused by smoking, they may elicit maladaptive responses among some smokers w
If electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) are to bring public health benefits, members of population groups most affected by smoking must find them an easily adopted an
The theme of this year’s World No Tobacco Day (WNTD) is how the tobacco industry continues to target young people and recruit new generations to smoking.
This year’s World No Tobacco Day (WNTD) focusses on the tobacco industry’s continued targeting of young people, whose addiction to nicotine will help ensure the industry’s on-going profitability.
We have just published the 2019 ASPIRE2025 Annual Report, which highlights some of our key achievements during the last year, including our new HRC programme grant, a new HRC project, and our invol
The policy measures of Smokefree 2025 have made significant gains towards a smokefree future for NZ. Yet there is still resistance.
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