Health Action Partnership International
Community Interest Company
III - Non-governmental organisations
Non-governmental organisations, platforms and networks and similar
Tavistock House North, N/A Tavistock Square
London WC1H 9HX
Ms Davies Maggie
Ms Maggies Davies
HAPI brings together leading professionals and organisations from across the world to improve the effectiveness of action to address the social and economic determinants of health, and to build capacity in countries to tackle health inequity.
We act as a broker, providing access to sources of support and expertise, and promoting sustainable partnerships for joint learning and global exchange.
We provide technical assistance, project management, consultancy and opportunities for twinning and partnership between organisations.
The work of the partnership is facilitated by a hub in London, with regional representatives in Europe, Africa and India. The partnership has projects and connections across the globe.
Working with WHO and DH, a literature review representing the first stage of a two part process to document work on health inequalities in England since Acheson has been completed. Stage two will be interviews which Sir Michael will be invited to participate in.
European Health Forum Gastien: Advisory functions for the forum held in October 2014 and February 2015.
Consultation with stakeholders
The Health Action Partnership International has had a very active year, working with new partners, developing new work and completing major projects. It continues to disseminate information on events, publications, vacancies and other matters of interest to over 1000 professionals from the public health community across the globe on a fortnightly basis.The projects that we have worked on this year have all involved partners from the global public health community.
EU Joint Action on Health Inequalities
Support the Commission Communication on health inequalities by:
• Developing health inequality audit approaches and health impact assessment with an equity focus
• Include health inequalities as a priority area within cooperation arrangements between the European Commission and the regions.
• Review the possibilities to assist MS to make better use of EU cohesion policy and structural funds
• Develop ways to engage relevant stakeholders at European level to promote the uptake and dissemination of good practice
EU Progress- Working for Equity in Health
To contribute to the growing evidence base in relation to work, worklessness, and social protection as social determinants of health and health inequalities.
EU DAPHNE – Comparing Sexual Assault Interventions
To improve the effectiveness, and appropriateness of sexual assault services by reviewing current practice and taking on board user attitudes to interventions following sexual assault, and therefore decrease the social, mental and health harm caused to the victims of sexual assault.
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04/2013 - 03/2014
< 9,999 €
GIZ, FP7 Programme
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