2001 Tobacco control

Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, Recommendation for Jamaica par. 222 (2001)

Text of the recommendation

222. The Committee also expresses concern at the absence of information in the reports on tobacco and alcohol addiction among women. It further expresses concern at the absence of information on drug addiction among women, in particular in the light of decriminalization of the use of certain drugs. The Committee requests that information on these areas be provided in the next report and, taking account of paragraph 10 of its general recommendation 24 on women and health,2 on any measures adopted to address these issues.

Year 2001
Topic Tobacco control
Document Type Country Recommendations
Country Jamaica
Policy Area Tobacco use
Human Rights Comiteee CEDAW
Human Rights Right to health Right to information
Groups Affected Women and/or girls

Citation

Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, Part oneReport of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women on its twenty-fourth session, A/56/38, (2022). Par. 222. Available at: https://docstore.ohchr.org/SelfServices/FilesHandler.ashx?enc=dtYoAzPhJ4NMy4Lu1TOebNVFC%2BPfufDasetLbtw5AbyRCEajJ8HiYolszIt4kYVZLnfUjZQSJCtiZtnvjMOFtGY13NhXEz0C3Ire3GUskoE9unPg8%2B6i6rvTFn1QWB8I