Articles on SDev

Health Promotion in Sustainable Development – including the work on food systems begun at the Geneva Conference, work on climate change and work on the impact of urbanisation on health, whole systems approaches, partnership across sectors, urbanization, urban planning and poverty, environmental approaches, disaster prevention and post-disaster management.

‘New-peasants’ – a driving force for change, along traditional farmers, towards a sustainable and agroecological farming to guarantee food sovereignty and security

ISECN concept note on health in the post-2015 development agenda

Health Promotion in Africa: Perspectives from the article: “What is needed for health promotion in Africa: band-aid, live aid or real change?” by Sanders, et al.

Global Perspective on PPPs (Public-Private Partnerships) in Health Promotion