The People’s Health Movement was at the 71st General Assembly of the WHO in Geneva.

Can health be a source of profit? We invited a Filipina and a Cuban health worker to talk about health care in their own country.

During this one day seminar, we will address the key challenges facing governments and health practitioners today, within the context of rapid shifts in global and national governance mechanisms an

What’s the deal with … human rights in the Philippines? At the beginning of May, The UN human rights council analyses to what degree the Asian country respects its commitments.
Young people have plenty of reasons to make their voice heard in policy-making: the youth’s share in world population has never been as big as it is today.
Filipinos suffer from dismal access to health services.
As a major determinant of domestic policy, we analyse in this paper the nature of global trade rules in order to explore its impact on health.

In this training module we study how universal access to qualitative healthcare is possible for everyone. We look at the role of the health system in reducing the health gap.

Big words are trending in policy debates. 'Universal access to Health Care': what does it even mean?
Can you find the 10 differences? Cuba and the Philippines: two developing countries, but a big disparity in their health system.How can this be possible? Discover the alternative in our newest video.

Impressions from Geneva, where I've been attending the Executive Board meeting of the World Health Organisation (WHO), together with an international team of the People's Health Movement.

As the biggest trade area in the world, the European Union has a strong interest in the markets of developing countries.
Linda Mashingaidze-Shuro from South Africa is coordinator for the People's Health Movement. Africa is her working 'region'.