Binational Policy Forum on Migration and Global Health
Inaugural Event for Binational Health Week
October 5, 2015
San Francisco Bay Area
The annual policy forum examines and promotes immigrant health issues as a policy priority in the United States, Mexico and Canada. Held every October during Binational Health Week, the forum presents the opportunity for policy-makers, researchers, students, and public health workers to share recent research, propose policy recommendations, and develop bilateral working strategies.
The policy forum is the launching event of Binational Health Week, an annual weeklong series of health promotion and health education activities that include workshops, insurance referrals, and medical screenings. This event has become one of the largest mobilization efforts of government agencies, community-based organizations and volunteers in North America to improve the health and wellbeing of underserved Latinos living in the United States.
The goal of the forum is to convene key stakeholders from the United States, Mexico, Canada, and Latin-American countries to discuss migrant health challenges and to explore unique opportunities to work collaboratively to improve the health and well-being of this population. Topics that are addressed include HIV/AIDS, Diabetes, Occupational Health, Influenza, and Access to Health Insurance.
This year, the forum will be held in the San Francisco Bay Area, on October 5, 2015. It will be and honor to count with your participation in this event, and celebrate together the 15 years of collective work for the health of the Latino population. Questions can be directed to Liliana Osorio firstname.lastname@example.org (for guests from United States, Canada, and other Latin American countries) and to Daniela Núñez Parés email@example.com (for guests from Mexico). More information and event details will be sent out soon.
Click here to view the 2014 Policy Forum Agenda and 2014 Policy Forum Media Alert