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PHASE

Public Health Action for a Safer Europe

InterPersonal Violence

Work Package 6

Public Health Impact of InterPersonal Violence - A mapping exercise

Recent project events

13 January 2010, Verona (Italy)
PHASE Task Force Leaders meeting.

24th March 2009, Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
Coordination meeting of the PHASE project.

26th-27th February 2009, Verona (Italy)
Second technical meeting of the PHASE WP 6 project on Interpersonal Violence.

PHASE First Technical Meeting
Verona (Italy), 6-7 March 2008

First technical meeting of PHASE WP6 - Interpersonal Violence project (Public Health Impact of interpersonal violence - a mapping exercise).

PHASE Kick-off Meeting
Amsterdam (the Netherlands), 3-4 October 2007

On 3-4 October 2007, work packages' leaders of PHASE will meet in Amsterdam to discuss the implementation and communication plans and set the basis for the project's future activities. The meeting will be hosted by EuroSafe, European Association for Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion, leader of PHASE.

PHASE Work Package 6 - InterPersonal Violence Kick-off Meeting
Verona (Italy), 11-12 October 2007

On 11-12 October 2007, Azienda ULSS 20 Verona will host the WP6-InterPersonal Violence kick-off meeting at his premises in Verona. Major experts at EU and international level in the field of Interpersonal Violence will meet and to agree on a methodology and clear work plan of activities to ultimately achieve the project's general objective of contributing to the development of adequate prevention strategies for InterPersonal Violence in Europe, with a Public Health perspective.
Project documents' section.

International upcoming events

ISPCAN International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect
Hong Kong (China), 7-10 September 2008

On 7-10 September 2008, the 17th ISPCAN International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect will be held in Hong Kong.
Web: ispcan.org/congress2008

International recent events

9th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion
Merida (Mexico), 15-18 March 2008

On 15-18 March 2008, the 9th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion will be held in Merida, Mexico.
Web: safety2008mx.info

ISPCAN European Regional Conference
Lisbon (Portugal), 18-21 November 2007

On 18-21 November 2007, the 11th European Regional Conference of the International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect will be held in Lisbon, Portugal.
Web: ispcan.org/euroconf2007

UN Habitat International Conference on the State of Safety in World Cities 2007
Monterrey (Mexico), 1-5 October 2007

On 1-5 October 2007, an International Conference on the State of Safety in World Cities will be held in Monterrey, Mexico.
Web: unhabitat.org

ISPCAN Asian Regional Conference
Manila (Philippines), 23-26 September 2007

On 23-26 September 2007, the 7th Asian Regional Conference of the International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect will be held in Manila, Philippines.
Web: ispcanmanila.org.ph

3rd Milestones in a Global Campaign for Violence Prevention Meeting
Kincardine (Scotland), 17-19 July 2007

On 17-19 July, the 3rd Milestones meeting was held in Scotland at the Scottish Police College, Tulliallan Castle, Kincardine, Scotland. The meeting, generously hosted by the Violence Reduction Unit of the Scottish Executive, marks the five year anniversary of the launch of the "World report on violence and health".

The meeting was attended by nearly 200 delegates including the Minister of Health of Mexico, the Chief Medical Officer of Ghana, and the Deputy Chief Medical Officer of the Scottish Executive along with policy-makers, high-level planners and others with decision-making and follow-up authority at local, regional and international level.

The meeting focused on scaling up violence prevention globally including primary prevention efforts, service delivery, data and monitoring, and outcome evaluation and presentations highlighted recent advances and ongoing work in violence prevention at the regional and country level.

The meeting outcomes included the launch of the "Third Milestones in a Global Campaign for Violence Prevention" report, shared knowledge on the need for outcome evaluation and expansion of effective violence prevention programmes, and identification of joint projects and next steps in the area of evidence-based approaches to violence prevention.

Web: actiononviolence.com and who.int/violenceprevention
E-mail: Dr Alex Butchart, butcharta@who.int

World Health Assembly
Geneva (Switzerland), 14-25 May 2007
On 14-25 May, the Sixtieth World Health Assembly (WHA) convened in Geneva. During the WHA, Member States discussed and adopted a Resolution on Emergency Care Systems. The Resolution, initially proposed by Romania and Thailand, draws the attention of governments to the need to strengthen pre-hospital and emergency trauma care systems (including mass casualty management efforts) and describes a number of steps governments and WHO should take.

Twenty seven governments representing countries from all regions and income levels spoke in support of the Resolution thereby underlining the importance of the issue. In their remarks, governments were unanimous in stressing their support. Many countries highlighted the growing burden of injuries and violence and the challenge to develop adequate responses in low resource settings. In addition, the WHA reviewed a progress report on the World report on violence and health: implementation of recommendations.

E-mail: Dr Etienne Krug, kruge@who.int
To download a copy of the adopted resolution, visit who.int