Saúde em Debate: Special edition on the People’s Health Movement

Saúde em Debate: Special edition on the People’s Health Movement

Created in 1976, Saúde em Debate (Health in Debate) aims to disseminate studies, research and reflections that contribute to the debate in the field of collective health, especially those dealing with issues related to policy, planning, management, work and evaluation in health. This Special Issue 1 of 2020 continues this…

WTO+20: Commemorating 20 years since the WTO protests in Seattle

WTO+20: Commemorating 20 years since the WTO protests in Seattle

PHM is honored to join the Washington Fair Trade Coalition and many more movements and organizations who advocate for trade justice in commemorating the 20th anniversary of the protests of the 1999 WTO Ministerial Conference in Seattle. We will gather for a day-long event of rally, teach-ins, and speeches to…

APHA 2019 Annual Meeting: PHM-NA Recommended Sessions & Activities

APHA 2019 Annual Meeting: PHM-NA Recommended Sessions & Activities

Planning on going to the APHA Annual Meeting & Expo this year? Many PHM-NA activists and affiliated organizations will be at this year’s Meeting to discuss issues pertinent to public health and the right to health. We’ve put together a list of sessions and activities that we recommend for anyone active in…

Civil society assessment: Strengthening public health systems key to achieving health for all

Civil society assessment: Strengthening public health systems key to achieving health for all

The UN High Level Meeting (HLM) on Universal Health Coverage (UHC) will take place on September 23rd, 2019 at the UN General Assembly in New York, USA. The theme of the meeting, “Universal Health Coverage: Moving Together to Build a Healthier World”, will be discussed among political figures, health leaders,…

Civil society commends, critiques Global Action Plan on SDG3

Civil society commends, critiques Global Action Plan on SDG3

An incredible amount of human and financial resources are directed towards international health programs. For example, total U.S. global health funding was $11 billion in 2019 alone. A large part of these resources goes to bilateral and multilateral organizations, such as the World Health Organiztaion, UNAIDS or the UN Development…

(English) PHM-USA Joins in Calling for US Unalienable Rights Commission to be Disbanded

(English) PHM-USA Joins in Calling for US Unalienable Rights Commission to be Disbanded

(English) Along with over 400 organizations and networks, former senior government officials, faith-based leaders, scholars and educators, and advocates, PHM-USA objects to the Commission on Unalienable Rights and its stated purpose, it’s make-up, and the process by which it commenced and is moving forward.