[Ip-health] Fwd: DGH briefing on WHO reform and Global Health Governance

Nicoletta Dentico nicolettadentico at libero.it
Wed May 1 08:18:22 PDT 2013


> Dear all,
> 
> it is my pleasure to inform you about the event to be held in Geneva in preparation of the upcoming World Health Assembly.
> I shall be happy to see you, if you are in Geneva, among those attending and lively contributing. 
> 
> Best regards,
> 
> Nicoletta Dentico, DGH coordinator
> 
> 
>> (Apologies for any cross-reference)
>>  
>> Democratising Global Health Coalition on the WHO Reform (DGH)
>> Is pleased to invite you to a briefing on
>> WHO reform and Global Health Governance
>> Tuesday, 7 May 2013 
>> 13:00 to 15:00  
>> CAGI Conference Room
>> 1-3 Rue de Varembé
>> Sandwiches will be available at the meeting
>>  
>> The Democratising Global Health Coalition on the WHO Reform (DGH) has the pleasure to invite Geneva representatives of WHO member states, civil society representatives and others interested to a meeting to discuss the WHO reform in the context of global health governance.
>> This briefing is in preparation for a discussion on the WHO reform at the forthcoming World Health Assembly and WHO Executive Board meetings.
>> Invited speakers:
>> o   Patti Rundall, International Baby Food Action Network;
>> 
>> o   Thomas Schwarz, Medicus Mundi International Network;
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>> o   Nicoletta Dentico, Health Innovation in Practice;
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>> o   Maria Luisa Escorel, Brazilian Mission.
>> 
>> Moderator: Odile Frank, Public Services International.
>> 
>> Specific issues will include WHO financing, WHO’s engagement with non-State actors, WHO governance and conflicts of interest, and the responsibility of member States for national/global health democracy.
>> Please confirm your attendance by sending a message to alan.leather at gmail.com 
>> We look forward to seeing you on 7th May for a constructive and informative dialogue.
>>  
>> DGH gathers a group of public interest NGOs and individuals committed to the realization of the right to health based on equity and universality, who highly value the constitutional mandate of the WHO for the realization of this right worldwide. DGH stands against the role of private sector setting the global health agenda and policies. See www.bit.ly/dgh-overview .
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