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[chifa] Advocacy on Children and War Print E-mail
Written by Olivier Duperrex   
Friday, 16 September 2016 07:57

The International Society for Social Pediatrics & Child Health (ISSOP), the International Pediatric Association (IPA) and the International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse & Neglect (ISPCAN) have been allies working in the field on prevention and amelioration of child abuse, neglect and exploitation for the past few years. We have had direct and indirect relationships coordinating and supporting regional and global learning events over the years with mutual participation in various events. There are clearly shared visions and goals about ending violence against children. This is an early advocacy effort that has come out of this partnership.

 

The IPA has written an open letter to the Lancet and to the Secretary General UN to Protect Children Of War. IPA has started a campaign #ProtectChildrenOfWar.

 

1) Please tweet in support of campaign using Hashtag #ProtectChildrenOfWar

 

2) Please request Key Opinion Leaders, Organizations and your Society members to support IPA campaign #ProtectChildrenOfWar

 

Please find below some sample tweets with link to letter:

 

Join the IPA campaign #ProtectChildrenOf War http://ipa-world.org/uploadedbyfck/Children%20of%20War%20Lancet%20Sept%205%202016.pdf

IPA open letter to Lancet for Secretary General UN #ProtectChildrenOfWar http://ipa-world.org/uploadedbyfck/Children%20of%20War%20Lancet%20Sept%205%202016.pdf

Dr Shanti Raman, MBBS, MAE, PhD, FRACP

Community Paediatrician for Child Protection | Senior Staff Specialist Department of Community Paediatrics|South Western Sydney Local Health District Consultant Community Paediatrician, Maari Ma Health Aboriginal Corporation Broken Hill Senior Lecturer University of New South Wales and University of Sydney Health Services Building Level 3, Cnr Campbell & Goulburn St, Liverpool NSW 2170, Australia Tel +61 2 8738 4844 | Fax +61 2 8738 4800 | Mob +61 434 328 011 |

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CHIFA profile: Shanti Raman is Medical Director, Child Protection, at the Sydney South West Area Health Service in Australia. Professional interests include: Child public health, Child rights, Poverty and child health, Ethnic Monorities, and International health. shanti.raman AT sswahs.nsw.gov.au __________

 

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ISSOP e-bulletin 22 now available Print E-mail
Written by Olivier Duperrex   
Friday, 12 August 2016 00:00
Thanks to Tony Waterston and Raul Mercer, with the contribution of several members, the 22nd e-bulletin has been emailed to members and is now available on our website from the download section.
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ISSOP e-Bulletin - Nº 22. July 2016 - CONTENT

1. Introduction


2.    Meetings and news
2.1 ISSOP Congress in Chile 
2.2 RCPCH consults on infant formula sponsorship
2.3 IPA report by Shanti Raman


3.     International Organisations: UN Committee on the Rights of the Child

4.     Current controversy : International Conferences and Climate Change
4.1 CHIFA posting by Sarah Walpole
4.2 Tyndall Travel Strategy by Tony Waterston

5.     CHIFA report by Abigail Enoch

6.     Publications
6.1 Kids Rights Index
6.2 Sir James Spence
6.3 Child Labour
Last Updated on Friday, 12 August 2016 16:46
 
ISSOP e-bulletin 25 now available Print E-mail
Written by Olivier Duperrex   
Friday, 12 August 2016 00:00
Thanks to Tony Waterston and Raul Mercer, with the contribution of several members, the 25th e-bulletin has been emailed to members and is now available on our website from the download section.
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ISSOP e-Bulletin - Nº 25. January 2017 - CONTENTS

1. Introduction


2.    Meetings and news
2.1 ISSOP in Hungary
2.2 Joint Statement on Syria from World Economic Forum
2.3 Survey on access to services for disabled children and young people
2.4 RCPCH speaks out on poverty and child health

3.     International Organisations: UN Committee on the Rights of the Child

3.1 Turkish Society for Social Paediatrics

3.2 First Rare Disease Day Policy Event

 

4.     Current controversy
4.1 American Academy of Pediatrics statement on protecting immigrant children

4.2 ISSOP position statement on migrant child health

4.3 Trump’s vaccine-commission idea is biased and dangerous

5.     CHIFA report


6.     Publications:

6.1 Ending legalised violence against children

6.2 State of Inequality: Childhood Immunisation

6. 3 Disability Matters in Britain 2016

6.4 Journal of Human Rights and Social Work (new!)

6.5 Towards the Human Rights-based global community(by Fabrizio and Ilaria Simonelli)

Last Updated on Monday, 06 February 2017 14:05
 
ISSOP e-bulletin 23 now available Print E-mail
Written by Olivier Duperrex   
Friday, 12 August 2016 00:00
Thanks to Tony Waterston and Raul Mercer, with the contribution of several members, the 23nd e-bulletin has been emailed to members and is now available on our website from the download section.
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ISSOP e-Bulletin - Nº 23. September 2016 - CONTENT

1. Introduction


2.    Meetings and news
2.1 Report of ISSOP annual meeting, Santiago

2.2. Report from Chile by Gonça Yilmaz

2.3. Report from BACCH conference by Caoimhe McKenna

3.     International Organisations: UN Committee on the Rights of the Child
3.1. United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) meeting by Andrew Clarke

3.2. IPA: Petition

4.     Current controversy
4.1. French cartoonists on the Burkini ban

5.     CHIFA news
5.1. CHIFA webinar


6.     Publications:

Injury prevention saves lives: WHO report

7.     Correspondence

7.1 Letter from Nick Cunningham

7.2 Health partnerships from Neil Pakenham Walsh

Last Updated on Friday, 14 October 2016 11:19
 
ISSOP e-bulletin 26 now available Print E-mail
Written by Olivier Duperrex   
Friday, 12 August 2016 00:00
Thanks to Tony Waterston and Raul Mercer, with the contribution of several members, the 26th e-bulletin has been emailed to members and is now available on our website from the download section.
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ISSOP e-Bulletin - Nº 26. March 2017 - CONTENTS

1. Introduction


2.    Meetings and news
2.1. Voices from the Colombian Congress of Social Paediatrics
2.2. ISSOP Annual Meeting in Budapest
2.3. World Immunization Week 2017

3.     International Organisations

3.1. Global Child
3.2. FENSA

 

4.     Current controversy
4.1.Baby-ledfeeding for complementary feeding period: yes or no?

5.     CHIFA report


6.     Publications:

6.1. Invisible wounds
6.2. Atlas on children’s health and the environment
6.3. Tackling Child Poverty in Latin America
6.4. Thirsting for a future: Water in a Changing Climate
6.5. BMJ Pediatrics Open
6.6. Letter from WHO in Lancet – conflict of interest
Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 April 2017 19:12
 
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