A life-course approach to health: synergy with sustainable development goals | Bulletin of the World Health Organization

The aim of this article is to show how a life-course approach can be extended to all health topics, age groups and countries by building on a synthesis of existing scientific evidence, experience in different countries and advances in health strategies and programmes. Aligned with the Sustainable Developmental Goals and Universal Health Coverage, a life-course approach can facilitate the integration of individual, social, economic and environmental considerations. Read More

WHO: 9th Global Conference on Health Promotion, Sustainable Development Goals and Good Governance (2016)

Reproduced from: http://www.who.int/healthpromotion/conferences/9gchp/resources/en/ World Health Organization Published on Nov 21, 2016 The 9th Global conference on health promotion opened on 21 November 2016, placing particular focus on the role of advancing health as part of the United Nations Development Agenda 2030. The Conference’s three main themes werer good governance, healthy cities and health literacy for health… Read More

Selected Presentations on the Anthropocene and the Sustainable Development Goals by Professor Johan Rockström

EAT Published on Jun 11, 2018 Amid increasing willingness to transform the global food system and the capacity to feed a growing world population edging towards 10 billion people, Johan Rocsktröm and Sania Nishtar warn of troubling trends. Johan Rockström’s struggle with a hoarse and much reduced voice became a fitting reflection of the state… Read More