- Short and structured
- Following a similar format
- Focusing on specific issues related to education and health of children and young people
- Highly interactive
- Resulting in providing relevant resources on the topic via our website.
The webinar programme is rooted in local contexts and cultures and will be offered in different languages.
Articles related to the available scientific data, guidelines and tools developed by UNESCO, WHO, WASH in Schools and other institutions, and the practices collected worldwide by the community of the Chair can be found on this page.
The video’s of the key-notes of the pre-conference Intersectorality ‘next generation’: a real way to tackle health inequalities? can be found on this page.