"There can be no real growth without healthy populations. No sustainable development without tackling disease and malnutrition. No international security without assisting crisis-ridden countries. And no hope for the spread of freedom, democracy and human dignity unless we treat health as a basic human right. "
- Gro Brundtland - International Leader In Sustainable Development And Public Health
The Conference Report from 'Hunger - Nutrition - Climate Justice' which explored the links between climate change, hunger and poor nutrition, and their impact on the world's most vulnerable people, is now available.
eForum, June 11, 2013: News, opening address, audio, resources from the 8th annual Health Promotion Conference as well as our Article Spotlight, which highlights an open access article about integrating health into foreign policy
eForum, June 10, 2013: UK journal the Lancet has published a series of articles and studies assessing the problems of malnutrition among women and children, especially in the developing world.
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