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Date(s) - 23.11.2016


Birmingham City University


Moving Forward from the Ottawa Charter

Thirty years ago, the Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion generated worldwide interest in a new public health based on the promotion of healthy public policies, environments conducive to health, inclusive public services and community and individual action.  Thirty years later we have a clearer understanding of the relationships between politics, public policy and health but are still battling against the odds to realise its aims.

In partnership with Birmingham City University and The Equality Trust, the Politics of Health Group is marking the Charter’s 30th anniversary with a one day national conference in Birmingham. This timely conference will develop a new charter for health, The Birmingham Health Charter. But this is also about inspiring and encouraging those campaigning now for a better, healthier future and building a stronger coalition to address the causes of health inequality.

Tickets for the conference on the 23rd of November 2016 are now available for purchase through Eventbrite, at a discounted early-bird rate of £40 (normally £50). There are a number of free tickets available for those who are unwaged – please contact us via email if you think you may be eligible. Conference tickets include refreshments, lunch and conference resources.

For more information, please contact us or visit http://tiny.cc/Brumhealthcharter. There will be regional pre-events held around the country; you will be given details as they become available.

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