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"The Ottawa and Bangkok Charters: from principles to action", Firenze, 21-23 novembre 2006

OMS, Regione Toscana,  International Society of Doctors for the Environment – ISDE e Scuola Internazionale Ambiente Salute e Sviluppo Sostenibile – SIASS in collaborazione con Agenzia Regionale di Sanità - ARS Toscana, Agenzia Regionale per la Protezione Ambientale della Toscana, Azienda Ospedaliero Universitaria “A. Meyer”, Istituto degli Innocenti, International Accademy of Environmental Sciences - IAES, WHO Collaborating Centre for Health Promotion Capacity Building in Child and Adolescent Health – Florence , in occasione del ventennale della Carta di Ottawa, promuovono a Firenze nei giorni 21-22-23 novembre le Conferenze internazionali per la valutazione delle strategie globali sulla salute “The Ottawa and Bangkok Charters: from Principle to Action”

Le Conferenze intendono mettere a confronto Rappresentanti  delle Agenzie delle Nazioni Unite ed esperti di Reti e Progetti di promozione della salute, protagonisti nella applicazione delle strategie sostenute dalla Carta di Ottawa al fine di esaminare azioni intraprese e relativi risultati e con l’intento di valutare e proporre strategie per il futuro, tenendo conto dei principi ispiratori della Carta di Ottawa (molteplicità e variabilità dei determinanti di salute, integrazione politica, intersettorialità delle strategie, il diritto alla salute e ad un ambiente salubre, equità nelle opportunità, sviluppo sostenibile e partecipazione sociale).

La prima giornata sarà incentrata sul tema della salute dei bambini in relazione ai determinanti eco-socio-economici ed alla necessità di investire sulla società del futuro garantendo un ambiente salubre per bambini sani.
 
La seconda giornata tratterà il tema della promozione della salute in generale, valutando i risultati delle politiche e delle strategie applicate nel ventennio successivo alla Carta di Ottawa e avanzando alcune possibili traiettorie del loro sviluppo.
 
La terza giornata si terrà un workshop a numero chiuso e su invito che rappresenta un momento di elaborazione di strumenti operativi da implementare nel prossimo futuro, da mettere in rete ed al servizio delle strategie delineate nel corso delle prime due giornate.
 
La partecipazione alle conferenze è ad invito e riservata a rappresentanti di: Agenzie delle Nazioni Unite; Reti e Programmi internazionali per la salute pubblica e la promozione della salute; Centri Collaboratori OMS per la promozione della salute; responsabili (politici e tecnici) dei ministeri e assessorati della salute e dell’ambiente di alcuni paesi e regioni del nord e del sud del mondo; esperti; ONG.

Organiing  Secretariat:
International School on Environment, Health and Sustainable Development - SIASS
Via della Fioraia,17/19 - 52100 Arezzo - Tel. 0575-22256 - Fax. 0575-28676
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The Ottawa and Bangkok Charters: from principles to action



1st Day – 21 November 2006


Health promotion strategies for children and adolescents


Venue: New A. Meyer University Hospital, Florence, Italy

The Conference aims at pondering on the strategies of Health Promotion for children and adolescents coming  from the principles of the Ottawa and Bangkok Charters, on their concrete applications and emerging perspectives, taking into account globalisation, international co-operation and balance of relationships all over the world.

PROGRAMME

08,30    Registration

09.00    Welcome and opening statements

    Claudio Martini – President, Tuscany Region (tbc)
    Paolo Morello Marchese – General Manager, A. Meyer University Children’s Hospital – Florence
    Antonio Sclavi – President, Italian Committee UNICEF

09,30     Session 1: Globalisation, co-operation and global governance: Health and Environment at the heart of sustainable development
Chair: Maria Neira – Director , “Public Health and Environment” WHO Geneva Headquarters

09.50    The World Strategy for Child and Adolescent Health and Development (2005)
Representative - WHO Geneva Headquarters

10.10    The UNICEF Strategic Medium Term  Plan  2006-2009 :
The UNICEF Health and Nutrition Strategy: review and forward perspective
David Parker – Deputy Director, UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre
     
10.30    The United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (2005-2014) leaded by UNESCO
Aline Bory Adams - Chief, Education for Sustainable Development Section –
     Division for the Promotion of Quality Education – UNESCO (tbc)

10,50    Presentation of  the WHO Collaborating Centre for Health Promotion Capacity Building
               in Child and Adolescent Health – A. Meyer University Children’s Hospital - Florence

Erio Ziglio, - Director, WHO Office of Venice
Roberto Bertollini - Director, Special Programme on Health and Environment– WHO European Office
Fabrizio Simonelli - Director, WHO Collaborating Centre - Florence

11,20    Session 2: Integration of UN Agencies and NGOs:
Chair: Jenny Pronczuk – WHO Geneva Headquarters

    Meaningful  experiences reported by :
11.30    Dr. Luiz Augusto Galvão - PAHO (Pan American Health Organization)
11.50    Representative  of  UNEP (tbc)
12.10     Representative  of  UNDP (tbc)
12.30    Lilian Corra – President, ISDE (International Society Doctors for Environment)

12.50    DISCUSSION   

13.30    Buffet
     
 
14,30     Session 3: Health Promotion programmes and networks for Newborn, Children and Adolescents

Chair: Giuseppina Cabras - Tuscany Region (tbc)

14.40    “Networking to increase visibility for children’s environmental health”
Peter Van Den Hazel – Co-ordinator -  INCHES
   
15.00    “ The European Strategy for Child and Adolescent Health and  Development “
Giorgio Tamburlini – Representative of  WHO European Office

15.20    “ The Children’s Environment and Health Action Plan for Europe”
 Leda Nemer – WHO Office of Rome

15.40    “The Baby Friendly Hospitals Network”
               Leonardo Speri – Co-ordinator for  BFHI Italian Task force

16.00    “Sustainable Cities for Girls and Boys project”
               Annamaria Bertazzoni – Director of  the  Istituto degli Innocenti 

   
16,20     SESSION IV:
New issues for the International Convention on the Rights of Child
Chair: Representative of UN
16.30    The Rights of  Child to a pollution free life - Lorenzo Tomatis
16.45    The Rights of  New-born  -  Paolo Morello Marchese


17    Guided visit of the New Meyer Children’s Hospital



2nd Day – 22 November 2006


Integration of Health Policies
Venue: Istituto degli Innocenti

“Since the adoption of the Ottawa Charter, a significant number of resolutions at national and global level have been signed in support of health promotion, but these have not always been followed by action. The participants of this Bangkok Conference forcefully call on Member States of the World Health Organization to close this implementation gap and move to policies and partnerships for action..”

/Source: The Bangkok Charter for Health Promotion in a Globalized World, 2005/

The Conference aims at carrying out the orientations of the Bangkok Charter and reflecting  critically on the opportunities and the limits of the health promotion strategies emerging from the Ottawa Charter. Moreover, the Conference will  focus attention on important  policies of health promotion, following the criteria of intersectoral integration and social participation. 

09.00    Registration

09.30    Opening
    Marino Artusa – Regional Minister of Environment - Tuscany Region
    Alessandra Maggi – President of Istituto degli Innocenti
Maura Cossutta  – Consultant of Italian Minister of Health on the Health  Impact Assessment

10,10      Session  1
Chair: Lorenzo Tomatis, President,  ISDE Scientific Committee

10.20    Health Promotion: Critical reflections and implications for the health policies
Lowell S. Levin – Professor, Yale University, School of Public Health
10.40    “Investing for Sustainable Environment”
Roberto Bertollini,  Director, Special Programme on Health and Environment– WHO European Office
11.05    “Investing for Health and Development”
Erio Ziglio and Marc Suhrcke -  WHO Office of Venice
11.30    Critical Analysis of  WHO’s Role in Promoting Health
Eduardo Missoni, ISDE Scientific Committee

12.00    Discussion

13.30    Buffet

14.30    Session 2  “Integration Practice in Communities”
Chair: Eva Buiatti – SIASS, ARS
14.40    - Local level
Agis Tsouros – Co-ordinator, European Healthy Cities Network (tbc)
Representative A21/Sustainable Cities Network (tbc)

15.20    - Regional level
Sonia Cantoni – Director, Regional Agency for Environmental Protection of  Tuscany, (ARPAT)
Representative European Region (tbc)
16.00    - National level
    Donato Greco – Head, Communication and Prevention Department - Italian Ministry of Health
Representative –  Ministry of Spain (tbc)
16.40     - International level
 Representative of People Health Movement (tbc)

17.00    Conclusions
Roberto Romizi – SIASS Co-ordinator
Alfonso Pecoraro Scanio – Italian Minister of Environment


3rd Day – 23 November 2006

Venue: Istituto degli Innocenti

The target of the working sessions is to carry out and especially achieve the objectives and guidelines defined  in the previous Conferences , planning events aimed at  developing further policies, strategies and actions about the Health Promotion and  creating specific working groups .


09.30     Introduction

 10.00    Working sessions

The working sessions  will focus on :

1)    defining  a pilot workshop on Children’s Environmental Health
Co-ordinators: WHO Geneva Office - SIASS

2)    planning an International Conference on Health Promotion in a globalized world (to be held in 2008 in Florence)
Co-ordinators: Municipality  of Florence  - WHO Geneva Office

3)    planning an Italian Conference on Health Promotion (to be held in 2007 in Florence)
Co-ordinators: SIASS – Regione Toscana

4)    how to compare National Health and Development Plans for children 
Co-ordinators: UNICEF – Italian Ministry of Health

5)    how to promote the Rights of Child to a Pollution Free Life
Co-ordinators: ISDE -  WHO Rome

6)    how to promote  the Rights of the Newborn
Co-ordinators: A. Meyer University Children’s Hospital and Istituto degli Innocenti


12.00    Summarising and conclusions
    Representative of UN

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