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The Geneva Charter: Realising Societal Well-being

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In Conversation Round Table Series- The Geneva Charter: Realising Societal Well-being

Date:  8th September 2022

Time: 11 am- 1pm (UTC)

The Centre for Health in All Policies Research Translation (CHiAPRT) and Health Promotion International are partnering with the World Health Organization to convene The Geneva Charter: Realising the Well-being Society Webinar.

The Geneva Charter for Well-being presents a significant change agenda and path forward to respond to the global social, health, environment and equity challenges facing society. Join the webinar discussion where internationally renown speakers will share their insights on how we can move to a Well-being Society. The webinar includes a panel discussion where panelist reflect on how countries are working to take these ideas forward.



Webinar Program

Roundtable discussion

  1. A/Prof. Carmel Williams (Facilitator), Centre for all Policies Research Translation (CHiAPRT)
  2. Dr Rüdiger Krech (Key Point-Governance), Director Health Promotion, World Health Organization (WHO)
  3. Samuel Myers (Key Point-Planetary Health), Harvard University
  4. Gerry McCartney (Key Point-Wellbeing Economy), Glasgow University
  5. Dr Romina Boarini (Key Point-Policies for Well-Being), Director Well-being Inclusion, Sustainability and Equal Opportunity (WISE), OECD

Country Perspectives: Panel discussion

  1. Dr Faten Ben Abdelaziz (Facilitator), Coordinator Health Promotion, WHO
  2. Michael Weatherhead (Panelist), Development Lead, Wellbeing Economy Alliance (WEAll)
  3. Hussain Abdulrahman Al Rand (Panelist), Assistant Undersecretary (Public Health) Ministry of Health and Prevention – United Arab Emirates (UAE)
  4. Dr Weerasak Putthasri (Panelist) Deputy Secretary-General of the National Health Commission – Thailand

Rapporteur comments

  1. Evelyne De Leeuw, Editor in Chief, Health Promotion International
  2. Dr Nicole Valentine, Equity and Health, SDHE, World Health Organization (WHO)

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