European Charter of Patiens' Right

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Global Health Charter

In 1948 the World Health Organization defined health as "a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”.

Today, after more than 70 years, the WHO definition is more relevant than ever if we think of the holistic approach to "global health” at the time of the health emergency that we have been experiencing for about two years.

The global pandemic confirms the need to recognize a broader scope to health that is no longer the result of a few and circumscribed variables but the result of multisectoral and global factors, such as lifestyle, environment and climate. Health as an integrated approach, unavoidable from the determinants of health connected to it.

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Community PRO (Participation Resilience Organizing)

Among the contemporary challenges, the ability of cities and territories to transform themselves into inclusive, participatory and resilient contexts, able not only to adapt to changes, but also to cope with them through good planning in the use of resources and directly involving citizens, is becoming increasingly important.

There is a directly proportional relationship between living conditions in human settlements and citizen participation in the construction of public policies. There is a directly proportional relationship between living conditions in human settlements and citizen participation in the construction of public policies. Participation fosters more effective decisions, more adequate services, greater protection of rights; just as the standards of living, safety and inclusiveness of settlements determine an environment conducive to the quality of democracy and to community leadership.

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Network News

Active for Young Professionals: Educational Partnerships

Cittadinanzattiva/Active Citizenship Network, in the context of the “Active for Young Professionals” program, established two educational partnerships.

The first with John Cabot Universitywas formalized on September 8, 2014 to provide internship opportunities to the university’s students. John Cabot is the main American private university in the heart of Rome for both Italian and international students coming from more than 60 different countries. John Cabot University and Cittadinanzattiva Onlus/Active Citizenship Network both share the common goal to facilitate the intern’s professional choices by providing direct knowledge of the work environment and providing a complete training with appropriate study and work experiences. If you wish to know more about landing a job with an NGO, click here to read the article and click here and here to view the collaboration between ACN and John Cabot University. For further information please read our statement here.

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Here you can find the first testimonials of some of the interns/volunteers who have collaborated with Active Citizenship Network throughout the years in the framework of the “Active for Young Professionals” multiannual educational and training program.

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