Tobacco Free Ireland (TFI) was launched in October 2013. It sets a target for Ireland to have a smoking prevalence rate of less than 5% by 2025, effectively making the country a tobacco free society.
TFI contains over 60 recommendations which address a wide range of tobacco control issues and initiatives. The main objectives that the policy set out to achieve are:
This short video explains the recently introduced ban on smoking in cars where children are present.
The Tobacco Free Ireland policy can be viewed at here.
The Tobacco Free Ireland Annual Report 2016 is available here.
For more information, and help and advice on how to quit smoking, visit www.quit.ie
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