Category: News 2018

ISSOP 34th e-Bulletin is out !

ISSOP e-Bulletin Nº 34. July 2018              => download the pdf ! CONTENTS 1. Introduction 1.1 Editorial 2. Meetings and news 2.1 ISSOP Annual Congress Bonn 2.2 ISSOP Annual Congress Agenda: More reasons to come 2.3 World Forum on Early Care and Education 2019 2.4 Podcast from Prof Tony Costello: How to be a social activist for health 2.5 Early intervention 3. International Organisations and Voices 3.1. The Aquarius, Trump and the ongoing migrant crisis 4. Current controversy 4.1 Breast feeding and infant formula marketing again 4.2 Why women in the US make the ‘choice’ not to breastfeed 5. CHIFA report 6. Publications 6.1 SDG for...

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Endorsement of the Budapest Declaration On the Rights, Health and Well-being of Children and Youth on the Move – 20 organisations and 6 languages by end of July 2018

Below is the list of the organisations (in alphabetical order) who endorsed the Budapest Declaration On the Rights, Health and Well-being of Children and Youth on the Move, prepared and adopted by hte participants of the 2017 Annual Conference of the International Society of Social Pediatrics and Child Health (ISSOP) : AAP – American Academy of Pediatrics ALAPE – Latin American Association of Pediatrics Canadian Paediatric Society Danish Paediatric Society ECPCP – European confederation of primary care paediatrians European Academy of Paediatrics German Academy of Paediatrics and Adolescent Medicine (Deutsche Akademie für...

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ISSOP Statement on America’s Opposition to the International Resolution in Support of Breastmilk Feeding

“The International Society of Social Pediatrics and Child Health (ISSOP), i n concert with collaborating national and international societies of pediatrics (www.ISSO P.org), condemns in the most robust terms possible American officials’ attempts at the World Health Assembly to stop global collaboration to protect, promote and support breastmilk feeding. Breastmilk feeding is recognized as among the most effective health promoting measures to advance infant and child health. (https://www.issop.org/2008/02/01/essop–position-statem ent-2/)   In combination with the separation of children from their parents at the US border with...

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ISSOP Response to US government’s separation of families and violation of child and human rights

“As the only global organization advancing the principles and practice of social pediatrics and child rights, and the source of the Budapest Declaration on the Rights, Health, and Well-being of Children on the Move, we, jointly with other national and international organizations (see www.ISSOP.org ), call on the United States to stop the barbaric abuse of children at the US-Mexican border.” => read the full response “Como organización profesional de referencia mundial que promueve los principios y la práctica de la pediatría social y los derechos del niño, y generadora de la Declaración de Budapest sobre los Derechos, la...

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ISSOP Position statement 1 has been updated: Addressing inequities in child health and development – towards social justice

Addressing inequities in child health and development – towards social justice Authors: Nick Spencer, Shanti Raman, Bernadette O’Hare, Giorgio Tamburlini On behalf of ISSOP The June 2018 update of the ISSOP position statement 1 on Child health inequities, 11 years after the first version, has updated data and expands on several aspects.  

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