Colombia – ASOVAPE

ASOVAPE is the Colombian Vaping Association, originated as a non-profit initiative aiming for protection of Colombian vapers’ rights and for promoting discussions on similar interests in the community. It also accomplishes the role to represent users of vaping products within the Colombian government and international institutions, to defend the rights for the acquisition and free […]

Read More… from Colombia – ASOVAPE

Peru – ASOVAPE

ASOVAPE Peru is the Peruvian Vaping Association The purpose of ASOVAPE Peru is to protect and defend the rights of users of personal vaporizers who are of legal age as well as to ensure their right to use and acquire related devices and supplies in a safe and free manner, in order to minimize the […]

Read More… from Peru – ASOVAPE

Costa Rica – ASOVAPE

ASOVAPE Costa Rica is the Costa Rican Vaping Association The aims of ASOVAPE Costa Rica is to protect and defend the rights of users of personal vaporizers or tobacco harm reduction methods that are of legal age, so that they can use and acquire their devices freely in order to minimize the health risks caused […]

Read More… from Costa Rica – ASOVAPE

Chile – ASOVAPE

ASOVAPE Chile was created to protect and defend the rights of users of personal vaporisers who are of legal age as well as to ensure their right to use and acquire related devices and supplies in a safe and free manner, in order to minimize the risks to health caused by the consumption of tobacco, […]

Read More… from Chile – ASOVAPE

INNCO expresses concern over impact of foreign group’s donation on local FDA

An umbrella group of more than 35 national consumer organizations expressed concern over the growing influence of foreign grants on health regulators that may adversely affect the campaign to reduce the harm caused by combustible cigarettes in low- and middle-income countries including the Philippines. The International Network of Nicotine Consumer Organizations cited the influence exerted […]

Read More… from INNCO expresses concern over impact of foreign group’s donation on local FDA

INNCO Rejects Twitter Analysis by University of Bath Researchers Falsely Linking Harm Reduction Efforts to Tobacco Industry 

Geneva, Switzerland, November 17, 2020 – The International Network of Nicotine Consumer Organisations (INNCO) today announced it has submitted comments to a recent research paper, titled, “Exploring the Twitter activity around the eighth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control,” published on November 11, 2020 in the […]

Read More… from INNCO Rejects Twitter Analysis by University of Bath Researchers Falsely Linking Harm Reduction Efforts to Tobacco Industry