The struggle for health and social justice has a long and proud history that has been driven by diverse social movements involving many individuals and organisations in different contexts. Today, the active role of organised civil society is more necessary than ever.
In November this year, the PHM is organising the fourth Peoples Health Assembly (PHA4) As you may know, in November this year Peoples Health Movement (PHM) will be hosting the Fourth People’s Health Assembly (PHA 4) in Bangladesh. … Read more
The International People’s Health University of the People’s Health Movement jointly with Gonoshasthaya Kendra, PHM Bangladesh, Third World Network and SAMA Resource Group for Women and Health with Naripokkho announce “THE … Read more
Ready to mobilise for PHA4? Check out and use below PHA4 mobilisation material! PHA4 flyer: English version and Spanish Version and French version PHA4 facebook banner: English version and Spanish version and French … Read more
The 71st World Health Assembly (WHA), held in Geneva from 21-26 May, had a discussion on the Director General’s report on health conditions in the occupied Palestinian territory and the occupied Syrian Golan, and … Read more
The World Health Assembly (WHA) is the decision-making body of World Health Organisation. It is attended by delegations from all WHO Member States and focuses on a specific health agenda prepared … Read more
The Alma-Ata Declaration of 1978 emerged as a major milestone in the field of global public health. Referring to the social, political and structural determinants of health, emphasizing the importance of accountability … Read more
20 countries abstained and 6 countries opposed a ‘draft decision’ on 23 May, proposing support to Palestine in its endeavour to provide health services in the current conflict ridden situation. … Read more