Taking action on smoking and health
Scotland’s Charter for a Tobacco-free Generation is an initiative to help reduce the harmcaused by smoking and deliver a tobacco-free generation by 2034.
Over 150 organisations have pledged action to help create a tobacco-free Scotland. Pledge your support online today.
The aim of Scotland's Charter for a Tobacco-free Generation is to:
The Charter has six key principles that encourage discussion and enable organisations to examine how their own policy and practice can best contribute to the tobacco-free goal:
Endorsing the Charter is a great way to help improve people's wellbeing and shows your commitment to making Scotland a healthier, wealthier place to grow, learn, play and work.
Read our new Supporters Guide packed with information and inspirational case studies
List of current Charter Supporters and Charter Firsts
Charter News & Case Studies
Tobacco-free Generation Charter Awards Scheme
Read the charter brochure [pdf]
Download the Charter Pledge [pdf] and pledge support online
For more detail, examine the Charter Fact File [pdf]
Pledge your organisation's support online here or read the Supporters Guide for more information. As a Charter Supporter you'll benefit from:
The only thing we ask is that you tell us how your pledges worked out. If you have an inspiring story to tell you could win a Charter Award.
Pledge your organisation's support online here or by contacting the Charter Coordinator at email@example.com.
Once you have registered we will tell you about our recognition scheme, ideas to help you fully support the Charter and ways of communicating with other supporters.
If we all work together on this, the children who are just going into primary school nowcan be the first generation to grow up free from the harm caused by tobacco.
Action on Smoking & Health (Scotland) (ASH Scotland) is a registered Scottish charity (SC 010412) and a company limited by guarantee(Scottish company no 141711). The registered office is 8 Frederick Street, Edinburgh EH2 2HB.
ASH Scotland acknowledges with thanks the support of the British Heart Foundation and the Scottish Government in developing our website.