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Public Health Alliance for the Island of Ireland

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Public Health Alliance for the Island of Ireland

Subject Keywords: Groups and organisations working in partnership for a fairer and healthier society
Set: Health Inequalities
Type: Contact
Region: All-island
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The new alliance brings together the Northern Ireland Public Health Alliance and the Public Health Alliance Ireland. The Public Health Alliance for the island of Ireland is an independent, voluntary alliance of individuals and organisations from all sectors across the island of Ireland who share a commitment to working together for a healthier and more equitable society by improving health and challenging health inequalities. The membership of the Public Health Alliance aims to be broad based and to reflect the breadth of sectors and disciplines that impact on public health. The aims of the Alliance are to: - be an independent voice for health improvement and addressing health inequalities in Ireland. - build alliances and partnerships among members, across sectors and disciplines, based on agreed ethical principles, mutual understanding and respect. - enable people from different backgrounds, sectors, communities and organisations to work collectively to address inequalities. - build capacity through activities that increase knowledge and expertise. - contribute to policy and decision making to improve health and address inequalities.

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14/05/2010

Rights: © Public Health Alliance for the island of Ireland
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Public Health Alliance for the Island of Ireland. (2010) Public Health Alliance for the Island of Ireland [Online]. Available from: http://www.thehealthwell.info/node/8258 [Accessed: 24th March 2017].

  

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