Australia sharing anti-smoking experience

With its tough plain packaging laws, Australia has been touted as a world leader in the fight against smoking.

And now policy makers from around the world are coming to Australia to take part in a training program on how to take a similarly tough stance against smoking in their home countries.

The four-week program has attracted partipants from 20 countries in the Asia Pacific, Africa and Europe.

The director of the McCabe Centre for Law and Cancer in Melbourne, Jonathan Liberman, told Brianna Roberts there are lessons Australia can share with the rest of the world.

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