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PARTNERS

The following networks, campaigns, organisations and independent activists/researchers/ academics/practitioners are involved in co- organising of the COPASAH Global Symposium 2019, on Citizenship, Governance and Accountability in Health taking place from 15-18 October in New-Delhi, India.
INDIA ORGANISING COMMITTEE- PARNTERS
GLOBAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE – PARTNERS
  • CommonHealth;
  • Dalit Human Rights Forum, Karnataka;
  • Innovative Alliance for Public Health;
  • National Alliance for Maternal Health and Human Rights (NAMHHR);
  • Public Health Resource Network, Delhi;
  • Centre for Health and Resource Management, Patna-Bihar;
  • Centre for Health, Education, Training and Nutrition Awareness, Ahmadabad;
  • Centre for Health and Social Justice, Delhi;
  • Emmanuel Health Association, Dehradun;
  • Forum for Medical Ethics Society, Mumbai;
  • Gramya Vikash Mancha, Assam;
  • Mahila Sarvangeen Utkarsh Mandal, Pune;
  • Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan, Rajasthan;
  • National Foundation for India, Delhi;
  • Oxfam India, Delhi;
  • Prayas, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan;
  • Right to Food Campaign;
  • SAHAYOG, Lucknow;
  • Sama, Delhi;
  • Samarthan-Centre for Development Support, Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh;
  • Society for Health Alternatives, Vadodra;
  • Society for Community Health Awareness Research and Action, Bangalore;
  • Society for Social Audit Accountability and Transparency, Hyderabad;
  • Society for Advocacy and Training to Health Initiatives, Pune;
  • Video Volunteers, Goa;
  • Ashavani-Kavita Bhatia;
  • Amar Jesani, Independent Consultant & Researcher;
  • Nobhojit Roy, Independent Researcher
  • Alicia Yamin, University of George Town
  • Aminu Agashe Garba, Africa Health Budget Network, Nigeria
  • Anuj Kapilashrami, Queen Mary University
  • Anuradha Joshi, Institute of Development Studies (IDS- Sussex UK)
  • Arima Mishra & Shreelata Rao, Azim Premji University (Bangalore)
  • Asha George, School of Public Health, University of WesternCape
  • Avinash Kumar & V R Raman, WaterAid
  • Azra Abdul Cader, ARROW
  • Brendan Halloran, International Budget Partnership
  • Claudia Lema, Salud Sin Límites Peru
  • David Sanders, People's Health Movement
  • Jonathan Fox, Accountability Research Center (ARC- Washington DC)
  • Joy Aceron, GWatch
  • Lynn Freedman & Marta Schaaf, Global Health Justice and Governance Program ,Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University
  • Masuma Madani, Ifakara Health Institute/EQUINET
  • Michelle Sadler, Univeridad Adolfo Ibanez, Chile
  • Sara Van Bell, Institute of Tropical Medicine, Belgium
  • Shereen Essof, Just Associates
  • Susana Barria, Public Services International
  • Tracy Woodman, Health Alliance International

CO-ORGANISERS