This section provides everything you need to effectively communicate about how smoke-free laws that ban smoking in all indoor public places, workplaces, and public transport are an essential component of a strategy to reduce tobacco use.
Social Media Posts
Tobacco taxes and smoke-free policies reduce tobacco use.
Quit smoking and take your power back. No longer let your life be controlled by cigarettes.
In a historic victory for global health, Uruguay won an international legal battle against Philip Morris International to uphold its strong laws to reduce tobacco use.
It’s simple: There is no safe level of exposure to secondhand smoke.
One in every five Kenyan adult is exposed to secondhand smoke at home.
This high performing post shares a video outlining the benefits of quitting smoking.
Treat yourself to a smoke-free life.
This high performing post shares a video on why one big brother is tobacco-free: to ensure his little brother doesn’t smoke.
This high performing post encourages smokers to reach out to other smokers and quit together.
This high performing tweet links to an article about how smokeless tobacco is starting to be banned at professional baseball stadiums.
This high performing post links to an article about a new law requiring child-resistant packaging for liquid nicotine used in e-cigarettes.
This Facebook post links to an op-ed on why New Jersey should raise the tobacco sale age to 21.
We’ve greatly reduced youth smoking, but the battle is far from over.
This high performing tweet engages tweeters by asking them to fill in the blank: I feel the urge to smoke when ____.
This high performing tweet reminds smokers that it is never too late to quit.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development may ban smoking in public housing.
A supportive message to those trying to quit smoking.
Secondhand smoke kills 41,000+ people a year, in the US alone. Let’s make all work and public places smoke-free.
Tips for friends and family members of smokers on encourage a loved one to quit smoking.
Smoking rates have dropped. This high performing post thanks tobacco control advocates for their hard work in making smoking history.
Smokers smoke less and quit more after big cuts in nicotine in cigarettes.
Reducing the amount of nicotine in cigarettes may help wean smokers from their deadly habit.
7 out of 10 middle and high school students who currently use tobacco have used a flavored product.
A new scientific review found that secondhand smoke worsens kids’ asthma and significantly increases their risk of hospitalization.
The UN’s development goal of ensuring good health for all directly with strong tobacco control.
Clemson University is joining the 1,000+ tobacco-free college campuses across the country.
This was a high performing Facebook post. It includes an infographic on how a smoke-free home leads to a smoke-free life for your children.
Well done, Uganda! Think about how many lives will be saved because you passed a comprehensive tobacco control law.
Uganda’s new tobacco control law protects innocent bystanders by banning all public smoking!
This was a high performing Facebook post of the week, likely due to the urgency of the bill’s second reading.
This post wishes everyone a good feast of Aïd el-Fitr and reminds celebrators of the possibility of a world without tobacco.