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Belfast Healthy Cities

Our vision is that Belfast is recognised globally
as a healthy, equitable and sustainable city

Healthy Cities 21st Century

Defining inequalities and poverty: taking collective action Thursday 26 February 2015

Date:  Thursday 26 February 2015 12.30pm – 4.30pm
Venue: The Mount Business and Conference Centre, Belfast

This workshop is being jointly hosted by Belfast Healthy Cities and  Belfast Strategic Partnership. It will take place instead of the planned Belfast Strategic Partnership meeting.

Full Programme

Inequalities are interpreted and understood in different ways by sectors and agencies in the city.  The purpose of this workshop is to agree a definition of inequalities and to initiate the development of a tool to support organisations in the city to assess the impact of their policies and practice on inequalities and poverty.

Opening Address: Mary Black, Public Health Agency
Speaker: Penny Gruffydd, Sustainable Development Unit, City & County of Swansea
Speaker & Facilitator: Erica Ison,WHO Expert Adviser & Health Impact Assessment Specialist
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