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Webinar: Why privatisation is bad for health. Experiences across Europe during Covid19

Health, Rights, Action, People’s Health Movement Europe and the European Network against the Privatization and Commercialization of Health and Social Protection are organizing a webinar: Why Privatisation is bad for health. Experiences across Europe during Covid19 pandemic.

Tuesday May 26th at 18h (CET)

You can register at until May 25th!

Interventions in English, translation to Spanish

The COVID-19 pandemic has unveiled the flaws and shames of healthcare systems in Europe. Budget cuts and privatisation in public healthcare systems
have had evident effects in a critical moment. We believe that it is a crucial moment to meet, discuss and think together on the transformations we must
impulse as a society. To take advantage of the moment in order to become stronger and more organized.

That’s why, Health, Rights, Action, the European Network against privatization and commercialization of Health and Social protection, and the People’s Health Movement-Europe organize the webinar "Why privatisation is bad for health. Experiences across Europe during Covid19", which will take place on May 26th at 6pm CET, where you will be able to reflect with:

Chiara Bodini, PHM activist, medical doctor and researcher, specialized in Public Health, who will facilitate a conversation between long-term involved activists and professionals on the right to health from across Europe:

Vittorio Agnoletto, Medical Doctor; professor at State University in Milan, teaches “Globalisation and Public Health”, activist in Medicina Democratica, former MEP.

Manuel Galiñanes, medical doctor and activist at Marea Blanca in Barcelona

Véronique Lorge, nurse and trade unionist from CGSP (Belgian trade union of public services), and member of European Network against Commercialisation of Health and Social Protection

Luca Scarpiello, officer for health and social services at European Public Services Union (EPSU)

We are eager to have you among us in this conversation, and we would also be thankful if you can promote it among your contacts and people who may be interested.

You can register for the webinar here: