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PHM UK: Building a progressive health movement in a time of cuts, extreme and mounting inequalities, social disadvantage and damage

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Mon, 05/12/2014

Merseyside People’s Health Assembly

After registration and a drink in the UNITE café, the event started with introductions by the joint Chairs for the day, Chris Boyle and Val Walsh, providing background information about the  PHM and a reminder about the purpose of the Merseyside People’s Health Assembly, including the (flexible) running order for the day.

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PHM UK Assembly: Austerity and Social Exclusion

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Mon, 05/12/2014

We have had very exciting and inspiring three days with almost 100 participants- representing community health networks/ groups, academics, health practitioners and activists- who shared personal stories & experiences and engaged in discussions and strategising around health inequalities and experiences of health under an environment of austerity and marginalisation!

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PHM SA Supports The TAC Health Care Service March

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Fri, 03/14/2014

The People’s Health Movement of South Africa marches today in solidarity with TAC for the issues raised in the memorandum. We believe that the achievements made in the treatment of HIV/AIDS and TB stand to be eroded by ongoing problems in our public facilities such as drug stock outs, corruption, poor infrastructure and lack of staffing.

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TPPA: The ability of patients to get life-saving medicines: A matter of life and death

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Wed, 04/09/2014

Of all the issues currently being negotiated on the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement, none are more important than the ability of patients to get life-saving medicines at affordable prices, which many fear may be a victim of the agreement.

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PHM Greece in action for the Right to Health

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Mon, 03/31/2014

People's Health Movement in Greece is participating in the European week of mobilisation for the Right to Health organising an open meeting entitled "Health" an undiscutable right or a commodity?" the 2nd of April.

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PHM India's Health Manifesto

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Tue, 03/25/2014

Today across India, people continue to suffer and die unnecessarily due to poor access to affordable and effective health care and due to a range of social and economic determinants that promote ill-health and disease. Approximately 1.83 million children under five years of age die each year in India. This is the highest number anywhere in the world.One-third of all malnourished children live in India.

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