McCade Centre : For Law and Cancer
Making the law work better for people affected by cancer: 2014 Report
Making the law work better for people affected by cancer: 2014 Report
McCabe Centre Intensive Legal Training
McCabe Centre Intensive Legal Training
Launch of McCabe Centre Knowledge Hub
McCabe Centre Knowledge Hub
Regulation of NCD risk factors
Regulation of NCD risk factors
McCabe Centre partners with QUT Centre for Health Law Research in ARC Linkage Grant on End-of-Life Decision-Making
Responding to tobacco industry claims that plain packaging breaches international trade and investment law

Responding to tobacco industry claims that plain packaging breaches international trade and investment law

McCabe Centre for Law and Cancer

The McCabe Centre's mission is to contribute to the effective use of the law for cancer prevention, treatment, supportive care and research. The McCabe Centre conducts research, policy development and capacity building. It connects lawyers, legal academics and law students with cancer control researchers and advocates other disciplines. The McCabe Centre is a joint initiative of Cancer Council Victoria and the Union for International Cancer Control.

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The McCabe Centre performs the functions of a WHO FCTC Knowledge Hub on matters within the Centre's expertise, in particular, legal challenges to implementation of the WHO FCTC. Our Knowledge Hub Website will soon be transitioned to the official WHO FCTC information platform.

Peopole in training The Program, conducted primarily for government lawyers from low-and middle-income countries, builds capacity in the use of law to prevent and control cancer and other non-communicable diseases. It receives funding support from the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Cancer Council Australia.