The International Network of Nicotine Consumer Organisations (INNCO) was formed in June 2017 to represent consumers of low-risk, alternative nicotine products and to promote Tobacco Harm Reduction (THR) on the global stage.

THR is a public health policy that respects individual autonomy, empowers consumers to make safer choices, and offers pragmatic solutions to combating use of high-risk forms of tobacco. It is an alternative to the ‘quit or die’ mindset prevalent among WHO FCTC and its member  governments who impose restrictive regulations and bans on risk-reduced nicotine products in pursuit of unrealistic tobacco elimination goals.

We are driven to make consumers an integral part of THR discussions worldwide by helping develop and strengthen member organisations of the INNCO community.

Estonian Parliament Embraces Tobacco Harm Reduction but…

At a session in the Parliament of Estonia (Riigikogu) on the 13th February, members gave overwhelming support to major reforms of current Estonian tobacco legislation. Proposed amendments included...

PRESS RELEASE: Of Smoke and Mirrors – COP 8 in Geneva

INNCO converged on Geneva to attend the COP8 this week. Our application for observer status was in limbo as we had not been advised of the decision hence we applied for entry via public gallery....

Public letter to WHO

WHO should reject prohibition and acknowledge ‘tobacco harm reduction’ and risk-proportionate regulation of tobacco and nicotine products that do not involve combustion as part of an effective harm...

PRESS RELEASE: New Beginnings and Future Focus

The Governing Board and General Secretariat of INNCO, as announced in our earlier Newsletter, has further developed its administrative structure to meet the challenges and opportunities that the...

PRESS RELEASE: Asia-Pacific Regional Harm Reduction 2018 Manifesto

ASIA-PACIFIC REGIONAL HARM REDUCTION 2018 MANIFESTO INNCO’s Asia-Pacific Member Organisations have created and released their 2018 Harm Reduction Manifesto which aims to provide their members,...

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