World Vape Day: WVA

Posted 30th May 2022 by Dave Cross
On 30 May 2022, a global consumer group World Vapers’ Alliance (WVA) will take part in its third annual World Vape Day, just one day before WHO’s World No Tobacco Day. The choice of the date is not coincidental and is set to showcase that vaping and other harm reduction tools are one of the most efficient ways to help smokers quit.

Together, we want to tell the world that millions of smokers have already made the switch to vaping and to a better life, and we call on advocates and consumers to raise their voices, promote vaping and help current smokers to switch as well. We have seen many unfounded attacks on vaping by the WHO and with World Vape Day we want to counter this misinformation,” said the Director of World Vapers’ Alliance, Michael Landl.

The theme of this year’s World Vape Day is set around celebrating harm reduction as vaping is one of the most effective smoking cessation tools. The event’s program covers conversations with harm reduction experts, testimonials from vaping activists from around the world, and features many different campaigns around the issue of vaping of the WVA.

“World Vape Day is a special occasion for our global community to come together and celebrate vaping as a tool that helped so many people change their lives for the better. On this day we can all raise our voices and tell politicians that vaping saves lives,” said WVA’s community manager, Liza Katsiashvili.

The event will be streamed live worldwide on Monday 30th May starting at 6PM CET. More details about the program can be found here:

The World Vapers’ Alliance says: “The WVA amplifies the voice of vapers worldwide and empowers them to make a difference in their communities. Our members are vapers associations and individual vapers from all over the world.

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“Michael Landl is the director of the World Vapers’ Alliance. He is from Austria and is based in Vienna. He is an experienced policy professional and passionate vaper. He studied at the University of St. Gallen and worked for several public policy outlets and in the German Parliament.”


 Dave Cross
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