SILNE – Tackling socio-economic inequalities in smoking: learning from natural experiments by time trend analyses and cross-national comparisons

Information release dated February 2012


A three-year European project co-ordinated by the University of Amsterdam and receiving financial support from the European Commission in the frame of Seventh Framework Programme was launched on 30 and 31 January 2012 in Amsterdam.

The kick-off meeting gathered representatives of the twelve partner organisations who joined forced to analyse a series of “natural experiments” in Europe in order to generate new empirical evidence to inform strategies to reduce socio-economic inequalities in smoking.

Read the full information release here.