UNESCO Chair Global Health and Education Health Education, Prevention, Health Promotion, Children and Young People

Call for papers – Decolonizing knowledge, approaches and methodologies in health promotion

Following the Tiohtià:ke Statement: Catalysing policies for health, well-being and equity, an outcome of IUHPE2022 World Conference, the journal Global Health Promotion is calling for papers on decolonizing knowledge, approaches and methodologies in health promotion to offer a space for critical reflection and sharing experiences from various parts of the world.

We welcome contributions on knowledge systems, approaches, practice, and methodologies that integrate and centre diverse traditional, Indigenous and other local knowledge, values and worldviews in health promotion research and practice. Various approaches and methodologies are welcome.

Contributions can be theoretical papers, case studies, research results, program evaluations, or commentaries.

Papers can be submitted in English, French or Spanish, on the journal’s website.

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