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issop-position-statement-8_Migrant_child_health Print E-mail
Written by Olivier Duperrex   
Sunday, 19 February 2017 00:00

Migrant Child Health - ISSOP Position statement n° 8

Prepared by ISSOP Migration Working Group on behalf of ISSOP
ISSOP Migration Working Group members: Anna Battersby, Helga Guðmundsdóttir, Yvon Heller, Anders Hjern, Fabienne Jäger, Elsa Hrund Jensdottir, Ayesha Kadir, Zsuzsanna Kovács, Rosina Kyeremateng Luis Martin, Jean‐Claude Métraux, Barbara Rubio, Erika Sievers, Stella Tsitoura, Liv Lyngå von Folsach.

Published on ISSOP website in February 2017.


This position paper from the International society for social pediatrics and child health (ISSOP) ISSOP has 9 recommendations for action and attitudes towards migrant children who, irrespective of their legal status, are entitled to health care of the same standard provided to children in the resident population, as stated in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.


Please quote as:

ISSOP Migration Working Group. Migrant child health - ISSOP Position statement n° 8 [Internet]. ISSOP; 2017 [cited 30th January 2017]. Available on: http://www.issop.org/
Last Updated on Friday, 24 February 2017 17:16
 
issop-position-statement-7_SDGS_ChildRights Print E-mail
Written by Olivier Duperrex   
Monday, 15 August 2016 11:00

A Global Agenda for Social Pediatrics and Child Health. Translating the Sustainable Development Goals and Child Rights into Practice  - ISSOP Position statement n° 7

Prepared by Sherry Shenoda, Rita Nathawad, Nick Spencer, Raul Mercer and Jeffrey Goldhagen on behalf of ISSOP.

Published on ISSOP website in July 2016.


This position paper from the International society for social pediatrics and child health (ISSOP) ISSOP proposes a 10 items Global Agenda, developed in the context of the SDGs and a child rights-based approach to health, as a framework and strategy to structure and operationalize social pediatrics practice. It establishes pediatricians as child advocates working in the domains of clinical care, systems development and the generation of public policy.

 

Please quote as:

Shenoda S, Nathawad R, Spencer N, Mercer R and Goldhagen J. A Global Agenda for Social Pediatrics and Child Health. Translating the Sustainable Development Goals and Child Rights into Practice  - ISSOP Position statement n° 7 [Internet]. ISSOP; 2016 [cited 27th July 2016]. Available on: http://www.issop.org/
Last Updated on Sunday, 19 February 2017 15:28
 
ISSOP 2017 - title and welcome words Print E-mail
Written by Olivier Duperrex   
Monday, 06 February 2017 14:11

The International Society for Social Pediatrics& Child Health with the collaboration of the Hungarian Pediatric Association will held the

2017 Annual Meeting on Children on the Move: Rights, Health and Well-being

in Budapest, Hungary, September 28-30, 2017

at the Danubius Hotel Flamenco

 

Look on page 2 of the January 17 ISSOP e-bulletin for the welcome words from

Prof. Nick Spencer ISSOP president

Zsuzsanna Kovács On behalf of the Hungarian Pediatric Association

 
ISSOP_2017_Budapest_leaflet Print E-mail
Written by Olivier Duperrex   
Thursday, 16 February 2017 18:27

 

Details about the next Annual Meeting are in the leaflet and can be found on www.issop2017.com

 

Key dates:

1st May: deadline for abstracts

31st May: early bird registration

Last Updated on Thursday, 16 February 2017 18:46
 
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.
If you want to receive it when it is distributed, join ISSOP and register with the discussion list. Details can be found on the
Membership page.

 

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
 
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