The morning session which was co-organised by the UNESCO Chair Global Health & Education focused on:
Intersectorality ‘next generation’: a real way to tackle health inequalities?
By the end of the session, we aimed to have identified a range of intersectoral practices, gaps between theory and practice, and three priorities for moving ahead with genuine intersectorality. The video’s of the pre-conference will be shared online in due course.
- Intersectorality ‘next generation’: a real way to tackle health inequalities?
L. Saboga Nunes, President EUPHA HP
- Creating new ecosystems for knowledge production and sharing
D. Jourdan & M-P. Sauvant-Rochat, UNESCO Chair Global Health & Education
Slides keynote D. Jourdan
Slides keynote M-P. Souvant-Rochat
- Genuine intersectorality at the local level, what do we know?
L. Potvin, Montreal University, Canada
Slides keynote L. Potvin
- Intersectorality, participation and citizenship at the very core of health promotion
M. Akerman, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Slides keynote M. Akkerman
- An intersectoral approach to tackle inequalities in oral health
H. Pichot & S. Tubert-Jeanin, Agence sanitaire et sociale de la Nouvelle-Calédonie
Slides keynote H. Pichot & S. Tubert
- Intersectorality in Danish municipalities
D. H. Holt, National Institute of Public Health, Denmark
Slides keynote D. Holt
The interventions were followed by a round table discussion on “Levers and obstacles to intersectorality in health promotion, toward renewed policies and practices”. The round table was organised to contribute to new perspectives of intersectorality. Participants could share their experience and views.
Contributors to the round table were:
- Nastaran Keshavarz Mohammadi, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran- Co-chair of the Scientific & Ethical Committee of the UNESCO Chair Global Health & Education
- Luis Saboga Nunes, President EUPHA Section Health Promotion
- Paolo Contu, IUHPE vice-president for Europe
- Nicola Gray, Vice-President for Europe of IAAH