PALCHASE has published a survey for those committed to moving the field of palliative care in emergencies and humanitarian aid situations forwards.
York Human Rights City Declaration: York, in becoming a Human Rights City, embraces a vision of a vibrant, diverse, fair and safe community built on the foundations of universal human rights. This vision is shared by citizens and institutio
From WHO news release - 29 March 2017 | GENEVA/BONN
WHO today launched a global initiative to reduce severe, avoidable medication-associated harm in all countries by 50% over the next 5 years.
The Global Patient Safety Challenge on Medica
From Environmental Health Trust press release: Cyprus Removes Wi-Fi from Kindergartens and Halts Wireless Deployment Into Public Elementary Schools
The Cyprus Minister of Education and Culture issued a Decree on January 31, 2017 marked “ur
Health care providers often focus on serving either children or adults. While this focus may mean more tailored approaches to care for the individual patient, it may be a missed opportunity to address the role of family on health outcomes.
Extract from article by in New York Times, APRIL 7, 2017:
Lenín Moreno, Ecuador’s president-elect, has described being a paraplegic as a blessing. People who walk, he explained a few years ago, keep their gaze trained forward
To celebrate ACEI's (Association for Childhood Education International) 125 years of commitment to children, we are supporting children’s education during emergencies and crisis.
ACEI invites you to share stories of your work in education
Extracted from an article by Robert Armour on 13th March 2017 in Third Force News:
An influential UN committee has been told disabled people’s human rights in Scotland are being “violated” by the Tories’ welfare cuts agenda.
And it has le