No health without peace: Health justice in armed conflict settings

The session, which is being run in collaboration with ReBUILD for Resilience, will explore the role of global health actors in promoting peace and securing health justice in conflict-affected settings.

No health without peace: Health justice in armed conflict settings

The session, which is being run in collaboration with ReBUILD for Resilience, will explore the role of global health actors in promoting peace and securing health justice in conflict-affected settings.

Case studies from YemenGazaSudan & Myanmar will be presented along with a Q&A session to discuss:
* What is the role of global health as a driver of peace during armed conflicts?
* What is the role of health actors in improving the prospects for peace in conflict-affected settings and how do politics and power relations shape this role?
* How to build a just health system that responds to population needs in conflict-affected settings?

Giving us their first-hand and expert perspectives are:

* Dr Najla Al-Sonboli – Head of Paediatrics at Al-Sabeen Hospital for Maternity and Children in Sana’a, Yemen
* Dr Israa Saleh – Medical doctor at Médecins du Monde in Palestine
* Dr Youssif Kome – Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Advisor for MOMENTUM Integrated Health Resilience in Sudan
* Dr Khine Wai Oo – Community Partners International, Thailand
* Dr Mohamed Khaldi, MPH, Ph.D. – Canadian University Dubai
* Professor Fouad Fouad – ReBUILD for Resilience/ Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
* Dr Wesam Mansour – ReBUILD for Resilience/ Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
* Dr Egbert Sondorp – Centre for Health Systems in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Settings / TWG FCAS

It would be great if you could join us.