This is a non-exhaustive list of scholarly writings on the subjects of tobacco control and human rights. Human rights-based approach to tobacco control- Dresler, Lando, Schneider, Sehga2012 – An article for the Tobacco Control Journal that explains the link between fundamental human rights and the right to tobacco control. Read more… Human rights and the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control: mutually reinforcing systems2011 – This article explores the connection between human rights and tobacco control, and in particular, the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC), addresses tobacco industry counter-arguments, and illustrates how international human rights law and human rights bodies can provide avenues for international monitoring and enforceability. Read more… Meier Breathing Life into the Framework Convention on Tobacco ControlRead more… A missing voice: the human rights of children to a tobacco-free environment2016 – Encourages Parties to link the human rights framework to the global tobacco epidemic; invites the Convention Secretariat to collaborate with existing United Nations mechanisms and processes working on issues of business and human rights, chapeau includes references to human rights, right to health Read more… Tobacco Marketing: A Violation of Human Rights in Latin AmericaHuman rights and ethical considerations for a tobacco-free generationBy Yvette van der Eijk and Gerard Porter. This paper examines some key legal and ethical issues raised by this proposal, critically assessing how an obligation to protect human rights might limit or support a state’s ability to phase out tobacco. Read it here.