Glasgow People's Health Inquiry

21sep2:30 pm4:40 pmGlasgow People's Health InquiryAn online public inquiry to draw together evidence and reflection about health and health inequalities in Glasgow, Scotland.Zoom, Online2:30 pm - 4:40 pm OrganiserPeople's Health Movement ScotlandEvent TypeMeeting,Webinar & TalksThemeNature & Biodiversity

Event Details

An online public inquiry to draw together evidence and reflection about health and health inequalities in Glasgow since the start of the pandemic and what the future may hold, especially in terms of the climate crisis and local government underfunding and current political decision-making.

 

This event is part of the Climate Fringe Week 18-26 September 2021 and supported by Stop Climate Chaos Scotland.


To register, please visit our Eventbrite page.


Plenary Speaker:

Prof Kat Smith, Professor of Public Health Policy at the University of Strathclyde

 

Evidence submitted by representatives of:

Glasgow Centre for Population Health – Medact – Environmental Rights Centre for Scotland – Women’s Support Project – University of Glasgow – Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland – Scottish Hazards – Wise Women – Public Health Scotland – Kingsway Community Connections – Glasgow Caledonian University

 

Responses to the evidence by representatives of:

Glasgow City Council – NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde – Scottish Political Parties – Poverty and Inequality Commission


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The People’s Health Movement (PHM) Scotland are a diverse group of health and social activists based in Scotland who are members of a global movement that calls for a right to health for all.

Time

(Tuesday) 2:30 pm - 4:40 pm