Category: ISSOP Position statements

Budapest Declaration On the Rights, Health and Well-being of Children and Youth on the Move

The participants of the 2017 Annual Conference of the International Society of Social Pediatrics and Child Health (ISSOP), focused on Children and Youth on the Move, in Budapest, Hungary have prepared and adopted a Declaration in which they: resolve to participate and play a leadership role in advancing the rights, health and well-being of children and youth on the move, from birth through age 25, locally and globally invite paediatricians, child health providers and organizations have a leadership role to play in fulfilling the rights of children and youth on the move to optimal health and health care Download...

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ISSOP position statement 8 – Migrant child health

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...

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issop position statement 7 – SDGS ChildRights

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...

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issop position statement 6 – Austerity

Impact of austerity on child health and well being – ISSOP Position statement n° 6  >> Prepared by Nick Spencer, Luis Rajmil, David Taylor-Robinson, Takis Panagiotopoulos on behalf of ISSOP and endorsed by ISSOP Core Executive. Published on ISSOP website in August 2015.   This position paper from the International society for social pediatrics and child health (ISSOP) summarises the impact of austerity on child health and well being and provides recommandations for Governments, for Paediatricians and for National and International Paediatric Associations.   Please quote as: Spencer N, Rajmil L, Taylor-Robinson D, Panagiotopoulos T....

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