Human rights, tobacco advertising and paternalism
Menezes, Diogo Pereira de
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The research approaches the human rights implications in relation to tobacco advertising concerning a paternalistic behaviour of the State as a measure to deal with the public health policies and to enforce the tobacco control, mainly, with regard to tobacco control. In this thesis which has the discussion of the correlation among human rights concerning the violations of the right to health and right to an adequate information, and consumer rights concerning the practices of advertising. In the analysis will be used the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) and regional documents around the world that the subject is concerned to tobacco control to understand the system of each region in relation to the matter.