This framework’s aim is that all Australians seeking alcohol and other drug treatment can access high quality treatment appropriate to their needs, when and where they need it. It includes principles for effective treatment, monitoring and evaluation.
All Australian governments are taking a precautionary approach to electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes). This document explains the principles that underpin the current policy and regulatory approach to e-cigarettes in Australia and outlines the evidence informing this approach.
This document is for public officials who interact with the tobacco industry. It contains the legal framework placed on public agencies and officials under Article 5.3 of the World Health Organization (WHO) Framework Convention on Tobacco Control.
A list of ingredients used in cigarettes produced by British American Tobacco Australia.
We have obligations under the World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. Part of these is to report on our interactions with the tobacco industry.
Reporting Requirements under Section 34A of the Tobacco Advertising Prohibition Act 1992 (1 January–31 December 2018)
This declaration from the Minister for Health is a reporting requirement under Section 34A of the Tobacco Advertising Prohibition Act 1992.
This report presents the trends data of the Australian Secondary Students' Alcohol and Drug (ASSAD) survey. It includes statistics on the use of tobacco, alcohol, electronic cigarettes, over-the-counter drugs, and illicit drugs, from 1996 until 2017.
This report presents the results of the Australian Secondary Students’ Alcohol and Drug (ASSAD) survey. It includes statistics on the use of tobacco, alcohol, electronic cigarettes, over-the-counter drugs, and illicit drugs.
Every 3 years 20,000 to 30,000 secondary students aged between 12 and 17 take part in a national survey of adolescent substance use in Australia. These reports present the findings from the 2017 surveys.
This document outlines the Australian Government departments and other agencies that are involved in dealing with illegal tobacco products or packaging.
This report evaluates the effectiveness of the Don’t make smokes your story campaign in 2018.Part of a collection: Don’t make smokes your story campaign – evaluations
The National Tobacco Campaign launched the Don’t make smokes your story campaign in 2016. It focused on reducing smoking rates among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The campaign has been evaluated each year and these reports outline the findings.
This report, completed in July 2018, evaluates how effective the Tackling Indigenous Smoking (TIS) program has been and whether it’s on target to achieve its long-term goals.
This fact sheet provides information about the use of foreign languages on tobacco products.
This research report looked at the effectiveness of the current graphic health warnings on tobacco product packaging.
This guideline provides clear instructions on the placement of brand, business, company and variant names on cigarette packs and cartons.