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KEY DATES
PRE SYMPOSIUM PROCESSES

Natural COPASAH Round Table Discussion on ‘The Need to Stimulate Community Action and Accountability in Reproductive Health’ COPASAH-CHSJ, March 22-23, 2018; New-Delhi, India
https://www.copasah.net/uploads/1/2/6/4/12642634/rh_roundtable.pdf

Natural South-Asia Learning Exchange Workshop on Patient’s Rights and Private Medical Sector Accountability COPASAH-SATHI, January 23-24, 2018; Mumbai India
https://www.copasah.net/uploads/1/2/6/4/12642634/pvt._sector_learning_exchange_report.pdf

Natural Indigenous Populations Rights and Health Accountability: Regional Consultation Workshop, March 19-21, 2018; Guatemala
https://www.copasah.net/uploads/1/2/6/4/12642634/indigenous_consultation.pdf

Natural Health as a Human Right: Towards improving quality of care; COPASAH –IAPH, April 27, 2018; New-Delhi, India
https://www.copasah.net/uploads/1/2/6/4/12642634/health_as_human_right_copasah-iaph.pdf

Natural CoPSADs – COPASAH Social Accountability Dialogues:
https://www.copasah.net/social-accountability-dialogue.html

COPASAH organised session at Fifth Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, Liverpool on October 12, 2018 - Advancing a Theory of Change (ToC): Potential of SDGs to Transform Contemporary Realities of Exclusion towards Realisation of Universal Health Coverage/Care
https://www.copasah.net/uploads/1/2/6/4/12642634/011018_copasah_org_session___modified.pdf
NaturalNatural COPASAH Thematic hub on reproductive health and accountability organisedworkshop at Fifth Global Symposium on Health Systems, Liverpool- October 11, 2018: Research Covering the Last Mile of Maternal Health Programming: Overcoming systemic blindspots through community based insights
https://www.copasah.net/uploads/1/2/6/4/12642634/liverpool_rh_thematic_hub_workshop.pdf

Natural COPASAH organised workshop at 14th World Congress of Bioethics

Dalits and Vulnerabilities Workshop : Unpacking structural, inter-sectional and existential layers of Dalit marginalisation and ethical challenges and dilemmas of their strategic empowerment: How can bio-ethics community respond?

December 5 | Time: 14:15- 15:45,
Pathology Demo Room 1,
St John's Medical College, Bengaluru, India

In association with Centre for Health and Social Justice (CHSJ), New Delhi, India and Dalit Human Rights Forum and Scavengers Dignity Forum (DHRF) – Karnataka, India

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