Tobacco and Political Concerns

This is a research study that aims to understand varying interests of elected leaders in India with regard to tobacco. The study uses qualitative methods to analyze questions and debates conducted in both houses of parliament since 2014. Using thematic analysis, the study proposes to identify varying concerns that elected leaders express in the parliament and through that the politics of tobacco control in India.

This study is funded by the Institute of Public Health.

Cluster updates

Regional road safety meeting

Regional road safety meeting

Regional road safety meeting: CUTS International in partnership with Centre for Environment & Development (CED) organized a Regional Meeting on ‘Road safety

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Visit to Durham University

Visit to Durham University

As part of his UK visit, Upendra Bhojani of the Institute of Public Health (Bengaluru) visited the Durham University. Prof. Andrew Russell at the Department of Anthropology (Durham University), who has been doing pioneering work in area of tobacco control, facilitated...

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World No Tobacco Day 2017

The Consortium for Tobacco Free Karnataka (a group of individuals and organizations working towards tobacco free Karnataka) in collaboration with the state (Karnataka State Anti Tobacco Cell) and municipal (Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagar Palike) governments organized...

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Socially Inclusive Cities

Socially Inclusive Cities

On May 26 (2017), the Institute of Public Health (Bengaluru) organized a workshop on making cities socially inclusive. This was the first in a series of workshops on this theme aimed at building a network of stakeholders (researchers, academicians, practitioners, and...

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South Asia Tobacco Control Leadership Program

South Asia Tobacco Control Leadership Program

The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (Baltimore), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (Government of Nepal), The International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases (The Union) and Action Nepal organized a South Asia Tobacco Control Leadership...

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Duration of project
(2018-2019)

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