Apply for 7th International City Health Conference!

Deadline: 1 April 2018

Applicants are invited to apply for the seventh series of the City Health conferences that will take place on 13-14 September 2018 at Odesa (Ukraine). The event is hosted by Alliance for Public Health (Ukraine), AFEW International (Netherlands) and the City of Odesa, in association with Knowledge-Action-Change (The United Kingdom).

The theme for City Health 2018 is ‘Developing healthy responses in a time of change’. This includes changes in political and societal norms, as well as changes in perceptions and expectations within communities. It also provides scope to tackle the important principle of inclusion, with regard to marginalised individuals and groups. Odesa, a vibrant port city, was chosen specifically as a city facing many changes with regards to public health.

Delegates from around the world will gather to examine how, in the increased urbanisation of society, cities respond to changing populations, changing economic and environmental pressures and adapt to changing health behaviours, to ensure and promote health and wellbeing through engaging diverse groups and cultures.

This is an ‘inclusive’ conference, with presenters and participants including NGOs, community projects, advocacy groups, as well as urban and health planners, academics, policy makers and those who deliver services and interventions.

Focus Topics

  • Alcohol, drugs and mental health
  • Conflict
  • IT/Economics
  • Managing the urban environment
  • Advocacy
  • Key populations and populations at risk
  • Lifestyle issues

How to Apply

Applicants can apply online via given website.

For more information, please visit International City Health Conference.

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