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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.
If you want to receive it when it is distributed, join ISSOP and register with the discussion list. Details can be found on the
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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 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.
If you want to receive it when it is distributed, join ISSOP and register with the discussion list. Details can be found on the
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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 2016 - website active and leaflet Print E-mail
Written by Olivier Duperrex   
Friday, 24 June 2016 16:35

The website for the congress is now active: http://www.issop2016.com/en/index.php

And a leaflet is also available here.

 

Last Updated on Friday, 24 June 2016 16:49
 
World Breastfeeding Week - August 1-7 2016 Print E-mail
Written by Olivier Duperrex   
Tuesday, 05 July 2016 14:28

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The World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA) is pleased to announce that the slogan for World Breastfeeding Week 2016 is: “Breastfeeding: A key to Sustainable Development”.

In September 2015 the world's leaders committed to 17 goals aimed at ending poverty, protecting the planet, and ensuring prosperity.  Together, these form the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).  This year’s World Breastfeeding Week (WBW) focuses on the 17 SDGs that governments around the world have agreed to achieve by 2030.  The new SDGs build on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and cover a range of issues on ecology, economy and equity; and aspire to tackle the root causes of poverty and offer a vision of development that works for all people, everywhere. Sustainable development is essentially about ecology, economy and equity.

 

New evidence presented in January 2016 in the UK medical journal, the Lancet, confirms that optimal breastfeeding could save 823,000 child lives and add $302 billion to the global economy annually.  Breastfeeding lays the foundation for good health for all children both in the short and long term, and also benefits mothers.  However, global breastfeeding rates have remained stagnant for the past two decades. The WBW 2016 theme asserts how breastfeeding is a key element in sustainable development, and is linked to the SDGs in several ways.  This year’s campaign marks a new start and great opportunity for us to work together and show how we can achieve sustainable development through the protection, promotion and support of breastfeeding.

World Breastfeeding Week - August 1-7 2016 -  Join Us!

 

What you can do!

1) Visit the WBW 2016 Website: http://worldbreastfeedingweek.org/ - a one stop centre for information on the theme, and materials and resources you can download!

 

2)  Celebrate World Breastfeeding Week by organising an event or join a WBW event - and make a PLEDGE for your event so WABA can share it on our special Pledge Map on the WBW 2016 website. See: http://worldbreastfeedingweek.org/pledgeform.shtml

 

3) Share information on World Breastfeeding Week (WBW) 2016 with your family, friends, colleagues, in your workplaces, with local authorities, your governments etc.

 

4) Once you have organised your event, send us your report (a report guide will be provided on the website), and in return we will send you a specially created WBW 2016 Certificate acknowledging your wonderful efforts!

For more information contact:WABA WBW Global Coordination.

Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

NB: WABA does not accept sponsorship of any kind from companies producing breastmilk substitutes, related equipment and complementary foods.  WABA encourages all participants of World Breastfeeding Week to respect and follow this ethical position.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 July 2016 14:36
 
COI - RCPCH will limit sponsoring by formula milk Print E-mail
Written by Olivier Duperrex   
Thursday, 28 April 2016 21:07

Congratulations to our members Tony Waterston and Rosie Kyeremateng who have been working hard in order to have the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health take an important decision at their last AGM, in direct line with ISSOP statement on Conflict interest with baby food industry.

Tony Waterston: "This afternoon there was a victory for breast feeding at the RCPCH AGM. We are hoping that this victory will influence world paediatrics towards a less corrupting stance in relation to corporate power."

Here is the reaction of the RCPCH President: http://www.rcpch.ac.uk/news/rcpch-agm-formula-milk-motion-outcome

You might also want to read this editorial:

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Gulland A. Paediatricians call on royal college to drop financial ties to infant formula firms. BMJ [Internet]. 19 avr 2016 [cité 28 avr 2016];i2221. Disponible sur: http://www.bmj.com/lookup/doi/10.1136/bmj.i2221

 

 
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