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People's Health Movement: global network of health activists, organised to combat inequities in health via revitalisation of the Alma Ata declaration.
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PHM Jan 5
No War on Iran: People are rising up globally to reject the Trump administration’s dangerous policies that have brought West Asia to the brink of a war
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Rajat Khosla Dec 26
Health and human rights at crossroads. The time is now for us to come together as “equal partners in the belief that the world can change” and demand health as a human right. Some reflections on 25 years of
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PHM Dec 18
“The corporate way of thinking has become the way global health organizations think.”
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PHM Dec 14
"The alienation that arises from the conflict between the social nature of man on the one hand, and the anti-social goals of the neoliberal economic system on the other, makes people mentally and physically sick."
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PHM Dec 12
"Access to safe abortion remains a dream for many women in Uganda-Universal Health Coverage Must Include Access to Medical Abortion!" writes Labila Sumayah Musoke
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PHM Dec 12
"The limitation of insurance-based system towards UHC: The case of Unintentional Contributions Arrears in South Korean" writes Sun Kim
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PHM Dec 11
"Insured but not protected: mandatory health insurance in Croatia does not guarantee health care for all" writes Ana Vracar
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PHM Dec 9
Have you applied yet. Today is the last day to apply for South Asia IPHU on "The Struggle towards Equity in Health" link to apply is below"
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richard horton Dec 6
Global health isn’t some warm-hearted friendship circle where we all gather to toast how saintly we are. Global health is a brutal/angry political struggle to challenge/defeat the forces—political, economic, commercial—that kill/maim/oppress the excluded, silenced, and invisible.
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HealthPovertyAction Dec 4
Join us today to celebrate the life and work of David Sanders, a committed health activist, academic and a founding member of Plus hear from leading academics on the context of David's work & how it fits into contemporary politics & health
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PHM UK Dec 2
We would love to hear from you how we can collectively mobilise to protect democracy and our right to health. What do you want to see from the government that is elected on the 12th December? Let us know here!
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PHM UK Nov 28
Please join on Wed 4th December for a celebration of the phenomenal life of David Sanders - join us to reflect on how David shaped, & will continue to shape our work & activism. All details -
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SarojiniSama Nov 28
"Communities are the heart of PHC and must be the owners and partners in making Health for All a reality. They must not be reduced to mere consumers of health services .."There is so much more to learn from Amit who left us a year ago. Longlive comrade Amit Sengupta!
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PHM Nov 27
We miss you comrade It has been an year now ... Remembering Amit Sengupta ( 1958-2018)
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Fran Baum Nov 26
Our comrade David Sanders' Marxist philosophical basis to his activism in explained very clearly by Rodger Etkind - using people's movements to defeat global capitalism
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PHM Nov 25
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PHM Nov 25
A blog by Ivan Zahinos from Medicus Mundi Mediterrània from the recently held PHM-Europe regional meeting in Zagreb.
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sulakshana Nov 22
. shared findings from our study among and and lessons from the programme.
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PHM Nov 23
"Progress in life expectancy has been driven by progressive political movements that have harnessed economic resources to deliver robust public goods."
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Tracey Naledi Nov 22
Dr Sinesipho Nwosu from says our dialogue has not adequately addressed the link of structural determinants to poor health quality & health outcomes
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