Sadly the IPPNW 23rd World Congress in Mombasa, Kenya has had to be postponed. New dates have not yet been set as we will be monitoring the worldwide health situation.
We sent a letter with the People’s Health Movements North America and UK to The Lancet, showing support for their editorial on Kashmir published in August 2019 on the consequences of India revoking Article 370.
Join us on Monday 16th April for a panel debate where we will explore inspiring examples from across the world of approaches to improving health by rejecting neoliberalism.
MD and Founder of Health in Harmony, Kinari Webb, shares her insights on her organisation’s work improving the lives of people in the communities around Gunung Palung National Park in Borneo through increased and affordable health care, decreased logging of the park and introduction of alternative incomes sources.
Professor Corinna Hawkes provides a broad global perspective on the central challenges for food systems, as an opening to the Food stream of the conference.
From Session A1 – “Global Food System Challenges”
As we are faced with an increasingly uncertain food future, there is an urgent need to take a sustainable ecological approach to our food system. Dietitians can and should play an important role in this emerging area.
Medact has joined with more than 80 global health organizations from 30 different countries – together representing more than 300,000 doctors, nurses and public health professionals…