Day 3 of the 7th Youth Forum in Paris:That’s just the begining!!!

Day 3 of the 7th Youth Forum in Paris:That’s just the begining!!!

Proceeding with the tremendous Youth Forum in Paris !!! Today, our small but very efficient delegation was more and more active. From IFMSA observer,I moved to the double status of IFMSA observer/Tunisian delegate.Now I feel unique and powerful:) To become so,I met with the UNESCO ambassador of UNESCO here in an other UNESCO building for […]

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WCSDH in Rio: Country Case Studies on SDH

WCSDH in Rio: Country Case Studies on SDH

One of the members of our delegation, Taavi Tillmann from the United Kingdom, who is also a member of the Small Working Group on Health Inequities, talks about the 28 case studies published online by WHO in commemoration of the World Conference on Social Determinants of Health. In preparation for the World Conference on the […]

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day 2 in the 7th Youth Forum in Paris:Here we go!!!

day 2 in the 7th Youth Forum in Paris:Here we go!!!

Live from Paris, here is the update of our 2nd day in the Youth Forum ‘How youth can drive change’. Before reporting what happened yesterday, our LO to SCORP Nassima wants to share with you her personal experience and feeling from  the first day: “First day of youth Forum.. I arrive to the UNESCO venue […]

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IFMSA dancing “samba” for health equity in Rio – and everywhere!

IFMSA dancing “samba” for health equity in Rio – and everywhere!

Good day IFMSA family! I write to you today from Rio de Janeiro, in behalf of the 11-member IFMSA delegation to the WHO World Conference on Social Determinants of Health. For the next three days, more than 1000 leaders from around the world, representing Member States, civil society, intergovernmental organizations, and academia, will be convening […]

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Day1 in UNESCO Youth Forum(17-10-2011)

Welcome to the UNESCO 9th edition of the Youth Forum:) More than 200 younth delegates nominated by the 193 UNESCO Member States,civil society organizations and key partners, compelling youth speakers, activists and bloggers are gathered here in the UNESCO headquarter in Paris ‘la ville des lumières’. So what’s the UNESCO YF? It  address the theme “How […]

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IFMSA at the 62nd WHO WPRO session

IFMSA at the 62nd WHO WPRO session

This week, October 10-14, 2011, I, together with Maria Lioni Kusuma Tatang from CIMSA-ISMKI (Indonesia) and Kai-Yuan Cheng (FMS-Taiwan) am attending the 62nd session of the Regional Committee of the WHO Western Pacific Region. The last of the series of WHO regional meetings for this year, the session is held in the newly-renovated Conference Hall of […]

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SEARO IFMSA’s Delegation

SEARO IFMSA’s Delegation

Mr. Salahuddin Mohammad, from the BMSS (Bangladesh) was IFMSA’s representative during the Sixty-fourth session of the WHO Regional Committee for South-East Asia, on 6-9 September 2011 in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. Webpage: http://www.searo.who.int/index.htm Day 1 Today marked the first day of the meeting, as well the day on which I delivered the statement on behalf of […]

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PAHO IFMSA’s Delegation

PAHO IFMSA’s Delegation

Dear IFMSA members and friends, It is with a lot of excitement that we are attending, on behalf of IFMSA, the 51st meeting of the Directing Council of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO). Regrouping all the countries of America from Canada to Argentina, the PAHO meeting taking place in Washington D.C. from 26-30 September […]

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IFMSA at 64th United Nations DPI/NGO summit

This years conference is about sustainable development, societies and responsive citizens. The theme is tightly connected.But what does creating sustainable development mean? What makes sustainable socie- ties? Is it just about switching to efficient light bulbs, recycling waste and drinking organic or fair trade coffee? Or is it more than that? Sustainable Development = Individual […]

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