Active Health: Covnention on ‘Citizenship and Public Health’

Karnataka Janaarogya Chaluvali (KJC) in collaboration with the Masters Program in Public Policy, National Law School of India University along with various progressive movements, sanghatans and community collectivesheld a  one-day state-level convention titled ‘Citizenship and Public Health’ on 26th September 2016 at NSLIU, Nagabhavi, Bangalore.

The Convention saw deliberations on various health care policies to arrive at demands to meaningfully strengthen the public health system, ensure protection of citizens’ health rights and build public pressure to reverse anti-people health care policies.

Take a listen

Akhila Vasan |Objectives of the convention and overview of national and state health care policy

https://soundcloud.com/radioactivecr90-4mhz/active-health-akhila-on-objectives-of-the-conventionmp3

K B Obalesh |Strengthening public health system in Karnataka: Challenges and Opportunities

 

Teena Xavier |  Health Rights Violations: Gaps in regulation of private health sector

https://soundcloud.com/radioactivecr90-4mhz/active-health-teena-xavier-on-health-rights-violationsmp3

Prof Babu Mathew| Welcome remarks and briefing the Honorable Minister, Department of Health and Family Welfare, Government of Karnataka on the morning session

 

Premdas Pinto, Center for Health and Social Justice|  Pro people frame work for regulating the private sector

 

Dr. Kshithik | Government Health program Development and Public Health Rights

 

Narasimha Murthy speaks | Government Health Program Development and Public Health Rights

 

For more information contact kjc.secretariat@gmail.com

 

 

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