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22.11.2013

NP "Equal right to life" will host a round table meeting in the UN Organization

On December 12, 2013 during the 68th session of the UN General Assembly a round table meeting will be held by NP "Equal right to life" and will be devoted to the development of opportunities for sustainable funding of Health Care, necessary for the implementation of human rights for the access to necessary medical care. The meeting will be supported by the RF Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

This round table meeting became possible after the Partnership had been appointed a consultant of the UN Economic and Social Council in June 2013. It will be the first of a series of activities, which will be held under the UN session and will be devoted to the attraction of global expert community attention to the discussion of opportunities for the improvement of health care accessibility.
The Political Declaration on the Prevention and Control of Non-communicable Diseases (NCDs), which was adopted  in September 2011 and supported by 150 states, including Russia, became a long term unified international strategy for NCDs control and has pre-determined the round table discussion. Another document, which preceded this meeting, was a Resolution of the UN General Assembly on the development and large scale implementation of easily accessible medical techniques, which was approved in December 2012. Opportunities for the development of international inter-sector partnership will be presented and discussed during the meeting and the results will be used for the improvement of Health Care funding both in Russia and abroad, in the view of the UN General Assembly appeal for the improvement of NCDs treatment practices accessibility.
Members of the World Health Organization (WHO), local and international expert communities, local executive and legislative authorities and international businesses have been invited to take part in the discussion.