Smoking Prevalence Among Indigenous Peoples of the World

Marginalisation
Rights
Data Sovereignty
Indigenous
Smoking Prevalence

The World Health Organisation has identified that countries signed up to the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control are leaving Indigenous people behind. About 6% of the world’s population (over 476 million) are Indigenous. This video reports on the state of data availability on smoking prevalence among all Indigenous peoples of the world.

Dr. Marewa Glover

Centre of Research Excellence: Indigenous Sovereignty & Smoking

2021

Year of Production

5 Minutes
20 Seconds

English Subtitles

Science

Category

Video

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