Global Health and Switzerland

Global Health and Switzerland

The right to health means every human being having the right to be born and grow up, to work and grow old without their health being jeopardized by human-influenced actions or by circumstances that humans can influence. This right has to be implemented and protected by individual nation states, but also by the international community. The Medicus Mundi Switzerland network is therefore dedicated to an active, solidarity-based health policy for Switzerland. (Photo: High Level Meeting, New York, June 2016/ Carine Weiss, Medicus Mundi Switzerland)

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Sep 20, 2017

Bombing civilians is not war, it's a crime!

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Handicap International

Handicap Internatioanl Used on a massive scale in urban areas during recent armed conflicts, explosive weapons have killed and maimed thousands of civilians in countries including ...

Sep 13, 2017

Votez non aux coupes dans la solidarité internationale!

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Enfants du Monde

Enfants du Monde Le 24 septembre 2017, une coupe de CHF 340'000 réduisant l’engagement pour la coopération de la ville de Genève sera soumise au vote.

Sep 13, 2017

Secrétaire général/e 50%

Date limite : 15 octobre 2017

Centrale Sanitaire Suisse Romande (CSSR)

Centrale sanitaire suisse romande (CSSR) En tant que secrétaire général/e de la Centrale sanitaire suisse romande (CSSR) à Genève, vous assumez la responsabilité de la gestion stratégique et ...

Sep 13, 2017

Papst besucht Werke von Jugendlichen aus INTERTEAM-Projekten

Medienmitteilung

Colombia | INTERTEAM

INTERTEAM Auf seiner Reise durch Kolumbien besuchte Papst Franziskus in Cartagena Werke von Jugendlichen, die in einem INTERTEAM-Projekt der Fachperson Tony Zuber ...

Sep 08, 2017

Tuberculosis Research Against "Super Resistant Bacteria"

Press release

Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institut (Swiss TPH)

Swiss TPH To fall ill from tuberculosis remains a great danger. A research team led by cell biologist Sébastien Gagneux at the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute ...

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