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  • 1. FinlandProgramme
  • 2. healthpromotion2013.orgh lth omotion2013 orgWelcomeWelcome by Director-General Margaret Chan. . . . . . . . . . . . 4Welcome by Minister Susanna Huovinen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6The 8th Global Conference on Health Promotion– Health in All Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8ProgrammeProgramme at a glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10Monday 10 June 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12Parallel sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14Tuesday 11 June. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16Parallel sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18Wednesday 12 June . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20Parallel sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22Thursday 13 June . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24Parallel sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26Friday 14 June . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28Practical informationConference Venue – Finlandia Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30Exhibition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34City of Helsinki . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36Greening Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38Contact information3Contents
  • 3. It is time to take a seatat the head of the tableThe World Health Organization is proud to co-host this 8thGlobal Conference on Health Promotion together with theMinistry of Social Affairs and Health of Finland.The job of protecting and promoting health has become more complex in a world of radically increased interdependence.Health everywhere is being shaped by the same powerful forces: demographic ageing, rapid urbanization, and theglobalization of unhealthy lifestyles. Policymakers everywhere face the same challenges: rising public expectations forhealth care, soaring costs, and the greatest gaps in income levels, opportunities, and health outcomes seen in recentdecades.At the global level, chronic noncommunicable diseases have overtaken infectious diseases as the leading cause of death.Many countries face a triple burden of noncommunicable diseases, infectious diseases, and the violence, traffic crashes,accidents, injuries, and mental disorders that often go hand-in-hand with rapid urbanization. The health sector, actingalone, cannot manage threats to health that have their root causes in multiple other sectors.Action – making the arguments, crafting the policies, getting the results – is the focus of this conference. It departsfrom a solid foundation built by the Commission on Social Determinants of Health, the Rio Declaration on SustainableDevelopment, the UN Political Declaration on noncommunicable diseases, and the rich experience of the Finnishgovernment in promoting health in all policies.I wish participants every success as you explore practical ways to ensure that all sectors of government consider theconsequences for health when formulating their policies. Health has been on the receiving end of policies made in othersectors for a long time. It is time to take a seat at the head of the table.www.who.intMessage from Dr Margaret ChanDirector-General, World Health Organization4
  • 4. healthpromotion2013.orgh lth omotion2013 org“The healthsector, acting alone,cannot managethreats to healththat have their rootcauses in multipleother sectors.”5
  • 5. “Equity inhealth canalso be seen assign of a justsociety.”6
  • 6. healthpromotion2013.orgh lth omotion2013 orgWelcome to HelsinkiHealth and health equity are important values, not only for an individual, but also for a society. Health constitutesa core element in people’s wellbeing and happiness. Equity in health is also a sign of a just society.Good health enables a long, fulfilling and productive life in which one can enjoy life, study, work and care forothers. Health is also an important enabler for the society to achieve many of the societal goals. That is whyhealth is important for all of us, as individuals and as societies.The conference programme is being carefully prepared by the WHO, and we are very proud to host thismeeting. The theme of this Conference is Health in All Policies, which refers to systematic efforts to improvehealth and health equity through public policies across sectors. Public policies dealing with water and sanitation,education, social services, built and natural environments, agricultural and industrial production, trade,regulation, revenue collection and allocation of public resources, to name a few, have important ramificationsfor population health and health equity. It is self-evident that as health is an important enabler of many othersocietal values, it is worth pursuing the synergies between various societal goals, as well as to carefully workout situations where there at first sight seems to be conflicting interests and goals.I am thrilled about the possibilities for the mutual learning that we will have during the Conference. I expectthat at the end of the Conference we will all have new ideas and concrete guidance on how to improve healthand health equity through the health in all policies approach.Dear participants of the 8th Global Conference on Health Promotion, on behalf of the Finnish Ministry of SocialAffairs and Health, I would like to warmly welcome you all to Helsinki.Message from Ms Susanna HuovinenMinister of Health and Social Services,Ministry of Social Affairs and Health of FinlandFinland7
  • 7. 8thGlobal Conferenceon Health PromotionThe Ottawa Charter is recognized as the foundation ofthe concepts and principles of modern health promotion.It is well supported by the key outcomes of the subse-quent conferences: the Adelaide Recommendations onHealthy Public Policy (1988); the Sundsvall Statement onSupportive Environments for Health (1991); the JakartaDeclaration on Leading Health Promotion into the 21stCentury: New Players for a New Era (1997); the MexicoMinisterial Statement for the Promotion of Health:From Ideas to Action (2000); the Bangkok Charter forHealth Promotion in a Globalized World: Addressing theSocial Determinants of Health (2005); and, the NairobiCall to Action: Closing the Implementation Gap (2009).The Helsinki Conference will scale up action on closing theimplementation gap, especially with regard to intersecto-ral action at various levels of governance. The Conferencewill provide an opportunity to review and discuss the prac-tical aspects of current and future activities and efforts,and will focus on what should be done, as well as how itcan be done, with an emphasis on country action. Six ple-nary sessions will be held, in addition to the opening andclosing sessions. Each plenary session has a theme andeach theme will be further discussed and elaborated in aseries of parallel sessions.The themes of the plenary sessions are:a) Global policymaking for Health in All Policies (HiAP);b) Implementation of HiAP – The political will andprocesses;c) Health promotion and closing the health equity gap;d) Economics and health and well-being;e) Social change for health; andf) Building capacity for implementing HiAP.Europe Day will be held on Day 4 and will also consist of2 plenary and 12 parallel sessions. In addition, there willbe 20 site visits.This Conference is the latest in the WHO globalconference series which began in Ottawa in 1986 whenthe Ottawa Charter on Health Promotion was produced.8
  • 8. healthpromotion2013.orgh lth omotion2013 orgThis Conference is a timely addition to our knowledgeand experience in this area. It pulls together the experi-ence of experts from various fields worldwide, and aimsto enhance our understanding on how the HiAP approachcan best be implemented in different settings and coun-tries. It also aims to support governments in developingand strengthening policies and practices across sectors tosystematically take into account the health implications ofdecisions, seek synergy and avoid harmful health impacts.The Helsinki Conference also seeks to contribute to theongoing discussion and shaping of the post-2015 devel-opment agenda.9
  • 9. at a glanceProgrammeSUNDAY 9 JUNE MONDAY 10 JUNE TUESDAY 11 JUNEARRIVALSREGISTRATION FROM 15:00REGISTRATION 08:00 REGISTRATION 08:00OPENINGCEREMONY09:00–09:45Plenary*08:30–09:00Opening plenary09:45–11:15Plenary 309:00–10:30BREAK BREAKPlenary 111:45–12:45Parallel sessions11:00–12:30LUNCH LUNCHPlenary 214:15–15:45Plenary 414:00–15:30BREAK BREAKParallel sessions16:15–17:45Parallel sessions16:00–17:30GET-TOGETHERRECEPTIONAT FINLANDIA HALL18:00–20:00HELSINKI CITYRECEPTION ATCITY HALL (map on p. 37)18:30–20:0010
  • 10. healthpromotion2013.orgh lth omotion2013 orgWEDNESDAY 12 JUNE THURSDAY 13 JUNE FRIDAY 14 JUNEREGISTRATION 08:00 REGISTRATION 08:00 REGISTRATION 08:00Plenary 509:00–10:30Europe Day:Setting the scene and plenary08:30–10:00Plenary session on HiAPFramework for Country Action– The Way Forward09:00–10:00Site visits10:00–13:00Plenary on ConferenceStatement10:00–10:30BREAK BREAKPlenary 611:00–12:30Closing panel of WHO regions11:00–12:00LUNCH LUNCH**CLOSING CEREMONY12:00–12:30Plenary*14:00–14:45Parallel sessions14:00–15:30LUNCHBREAK BREAKParallel sessions15:00–16:30Parallel sessions16:00–17:30BREAK BREAKParallel sessions17:00–18:30Plenary for wrap-up17:45–18:30*)Plenary on the Conference Statement**)Lunch at Finlandia Hall at 13:00-14:00 for those whose site visit does NOT include lunch11
  • 11. 10 June 2013Monday09:00 – 09:45 Opening ceremony and welcoming remarks (Finlandia hall)• Sauli Niinistö, President, Finland• Margaret Chan, Director-General, World Health OrganizationCantores Minores, the Choir of Boys and Young Men of Helsinki Cathedral09:45 – 11:15 Opening plenary: From Ottawa to Helsinki: Challenges, successes andlessons learned (Finlandia hall)• A video presentation• Panel discussion with politicians and policymakers from different sectorsAlireza Marandi, Member of the Parliament, Islamic Republic of IranLiu Qian, Vice Minister of Health, ChinaJaana Husu-Kallio, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, FinlandJesca Eriyo, Deputy Secretary-General, East African Community11:15 – 11:45 Break11:45 – 12:45 First plenary: Global policy-making for HiAP (Finlandia hall)• Sustainable development and social protectionTarja Halonen, Former President, Finland• International legal instruments and policy-making with other sectorsHaik Nikogosian, Head of the Convention Secretariat,WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control12:45 – 14:15 Lunch12
  • 12. healthpromotion2013.orgh lth omotion2013 org14:15 – 15:45 Second plenary: Implementation of HiAP: Political will and processes(Finlandia hall)• Poverty reduction – political will and action: Experiences from BrazilRomulo Paes de Sousa, former Vice Minister of Social Development, Brazil• Political will and other determinants as drivers for success in implementingpublic health policies: Experiences from Healthy ChangchunZheng Wenzhi, Vice Secretary, Changchun Municipal Party Committee, China• The role of the ministry of health in collaborating and engaging with otherministries as well as public agencies for health,Abdellatif Mekki, Minister of Health, Tunisia15:45 – 16:15 Break16:15 – 17:45 Parallel sessions – please turn the page for more information »Structure andgovernanceof HiAPAAgriculturepolicies, foodand publichealth nutritionDImpact assessmentas a tool toimplementingHiAPBHow to placehealth on the Post-2015DevelopmentAgendaELegislationandHiAPCForeign policy,trade andpopulation healthF13
  • 13. Parallel sessionsMonday 16:15 – 17:45Structure and governance of HiAP• Implementing HiAP: Experiences from FinlandEeva Ollila, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Finland• Role of the High Council of Health and Food Security indeveloping HiAP in the Islamic Republic of IranFatemeh Rakhshani, Ministry of Health and MedicalEducation, Islamic Republic of Iran• Environmental health processes and structures:Working with the sectors of the economyCarlos Dora, World Health OrganizationImpact assessments as a tool to implement HiAP• Use of impact assessments in achieving HiAPRajiv Bhatia, San Francisco, United States• Institutionalized health impact assessments:How to make most use of them?Decharut Sukkumnoed, Kasesart University, ThailandLegislation and HiAP• Legal frameworks and non-communicable diseasepreventionAmandine Garde, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom• Legislative review: Oman’s national experienceSabah Al Bahlani, Ministry of Health, OmanAgriculture policies, food and public healthnutrition• How agricultural policies can be made nutrition sensitiveBibi Boitshepo Giyose, African Union/ NEPAD• Changing the food system to improve nutrition and healthFrancesco Branca, World Health Organization• A case study from the Pacific Island countriesfocusing on SamoaPalanitina Tupuimatagi, Ministry of Health, SamoaHow to place health on the Post-2015Development Agenda• A regional perspective on sustainable developmentand the Post-2015 Development AgendaPatricia Espinosa, Mexico• The Post-2015 Development Agenda: Experiencesfrom the national consultation on healthAlberto Kleiman, Ministry of Health, BrazilForeign policy, trade and population health• Trade and healthMeri Koivusalo, National Institute for Health and Welfare,Finland• Integrating health in foreign policy: Challenges inachieving coherenceRonald Labonte, University of Ottawa, CanadaA DBEC FVENUE GUIDEFinlandia hallHelsinki hallVeranda 1Veranda 2Veranda 3Veranda 414
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  • 15. 11 June 2013Tuesday08:30 – 09:00 Conference statement  (Finlandia hall)09:00 – 10:30 Third plenary: Health promotion and closing the health equity gap (Finlandia hall)• Tackling inequity in health through all policiesCecilia Vaca Jones, Minister of Social Development, Ecuador• Health and the development agendaTriono Soendoro, senior adviser to Ministry of Health,member of Post MDG-2015 National Committee, Indonesia• Health equity in all policies: Action by the health sectorGregory Taylor, Deputy Chief Public Health Officer,Public Health Agency of Canada10:30 – 11:00 Break11:00 – 12:30 Parallel sessions – please turn the page for more information »Health promotionand urban planningEvaluation ofHiAPHow to engage withthe private sector?Response to healthinequity: The role of socialprotection and self-helpmeasures in reducingpoverty and achievingequalityLocal Governmentas a key player inimplementationThe role of the healthsector in implementingHiAPADBECF16
  • 16. healthpromotion2013.orgh lth omotion2013 org12:30 – 14:00 Lunch14:00 – 15:30 Fourth plenary: Economics, health and well-being (Finlandia hall)• Economic development, health and equityEnis Baris, Sector Manager, World Bank• Health promotion: An efficient government investmentMark Pearson, Head of the Health Division,Organisation of Economic Co-operation and Development• How can the private sector contribute to the Post-2015 Development Agenda?Eva Jane-Llopis, Director, World Economic Forum15:30 – 16:00 Break16:00 – 17:30 Parallel sessions – please turn the page for more information »How to tacklehealth inequitywithin vulnerablepopulations?Action on the socialdeterminants of health– from measuring toimplementationAUse of fiscalmeasures inpromotingpopulation healthDBHealth and economicbenefits through earlychildhood and educationinterventionsEUsing a rights-basedapproach towardsimproving healthC17
  • 17. Health promotion and urban planning• Process of urbanisation and health dynamicsGérard Salem, Université Paris Ouest NanterreLa Défense/ IRD, France• Healthy urban planning in SeoulSohyun Park, Seoul National University, Republic of KoreaEvaluation of HiAP• Evaluation of HiAP: Challenges and applicationFran Baum, Flinders University, Australia• Measurement in the evaluation of HiAP: Extendingthe assessment of whether HiAP projects are effectiveAdrian Bauman, University of Sydney, AustraliaLocal government as a key player inimplementation• Local government as an arena for HiAPAsa Cristina Laurell, CAESS, Mexico• Intersectoral/HiAP approaches to reducing healthrisks in New York City and CaliforniaLynn Silver, California, USAThe role of the health sector in implementing HiAP• How can the lessons learned from health equity integration informand support consideration of health in the policies of other sectors?Mana Herel, Public Health Agency of Canada• Planning for non-communicable diseases (NCDs) using a socialdeterminants approach: An overview of national planDouglas Webb, United Nations Development Programme• The response to SARS/Avian Flu as an example ofmultisectoral action: Lessons learnedRegina Ching Cheuk-Tuen, Department of Health,Hong Kong Special Administrative RegionHow to engage with the private sector?• Participation of private sector in health promotionLucero Rodriguez, Ministry of Health, Mexico• How to engage with the private sector without compromisingpublic health?Vera da Costa e Silva, FIOCRUZ, Brazil• How private sector interests can be combined with publichealth interestsFrank Dassler, World Federation of Sporting Goods IndustriesResponse to health equity: The role of socialprotection and self-help measures in reducingpoverty and achieving equality• Social protection floorXenia Scheil-Adlung, International Labour Organisation• Implementation of social protection floor framework:Experiences from ZimbabweSidney Mhishi, Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare, Zimbabwe• Cooperatives and micro-financingRakesh Srivastava, former Director-General in Ministry of Healthand Family Welfare, IndiaA DBECFParallel sessionsTuesday 11:00 – 12:30VENUE GUIDEFinlandia hallHelsinki hallVeranda 1Veranda 2Veranda 3Veranda 418
  • 18. healthpromotion2013.orgh lth omotion2013 orgHow to tackle health inequity within vulnerablepopulations?• How to ensure health equity of marginalized populations:Experiences from mainstreaming the health of migrantsRoumyana Petrova-Benedict, International Organizationfor Migration• Closing the gap in indigenous health outcomes:Experiences from AustraliaSamantha Palmer, Australian Government, AustraliaAction on the social determinants of health:From measuring to implementation• Measurement of health inequity as a driverfor impacting policiesHoda Rashad, American University in Cairo, Egypt• Global and local experiences from the Commissionfor a socially sustainable MalmöDenny Vågerö, Centre for Health Equity Studies, SwedenUsing a rights-based approach towardsimproving health• Right to health and access to medicines: A case from BrazilPaulo Buss, FIOCRUZ, Brazil• The Convention on Rights of the Child and exertingaccountability through the Committee on the Rightsof the ChildLida Lhotska, International Baby Food Action NetworkUse of fiscal measures in promoting populationhealth• The role of fiscal measures in health promotionFranco Sassi, Organisation of EconomicCo-operation and DevelopmentHealth and economic benefits through earlychildhood and education interventions• Is there an economic argument for addressing the socialdeterminants of health and health inequalities?Mark Suhrcke, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom• Education and early child development interventions ashealth policies: The economic evidenceCarmen de Paz, Spain• The use of economic rationales in intersectoralprogrammes in Mexico: What have we learnt?Adolfo Martinez Valle, National Institute of Public Health,MexicoA DBECParallel sessionsTuesday 16:00 – 17:30VENUE GUIDEFinlandia hallHelsinki hallVeranda 1Veranda 2Veranda 3Veranda 419
  • 19. 09:00 – 10:30 Fifth plenary: Social change for health (Finlandia hall)• Managing social transitions for health: The experience from South AfricaOlive Shisana, Chief Executive Officer, Human Sciences Research Council,South Africa• Social change process for sustained health outcomesPekka Puska, Director-General, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland• How civil society influences the policies of governmentsRavi Narayan, Community Health Adviser , Centre for Public Health and EquitySociety for Community Health, Awareness, Research and Action , India10:30 – 11:00 Break11:00 – 12:30 Sixth plenary: Building capacity of HiAP (Finlandia hall)• Sustaining capacity for HiAPViroj Tangcharoensathien, Senior Adviser, International Health Policy Program,Ministry of Public Health, Thailand• Capacities of public health institutes in low-resource settingsMwele Malecela, Director General, National Institute for Medical Research,United Republic of Tanzania• Building professional capacity for HiAPIlona Kickbusch, Director, Graduate Institute of Internationaland Development Studies, Switzerland12:30 – 14:00 Lunch12 June 2013Wednesday20
  • 20. healthpromotion2013.orgh lth omotion2013 org14:00 – 14:45 Plenary on conference statement (Finlandia hall)14:45 – 15:00 Break15:00 – 16:30 Parallel sessions – please turn the page for more information »16:30 – 17:00 Break17:00 – 18:30 Parallel sessions – please turn the page for more information »Inequity, health andeconomics: What are thepolicy implications?Social media,empowermentand healthFinancing healthpromotion andprimary careInfluencingpolicy-makingASocial movement,prevention and controlof non-communicablediseases, and healthpromotionDAgents forpolicy changeBInformal sessionon the ConferenceStatementEManaging socialtransitions for betterhealthCAEvidence-basedhealth promotion andimplementationDBEInstitutionalcapacity forHiAPCInformal sessionon the ConferenceStatementF21
  • 21. Inequity, health and economics:What are the policy implications?• Subra Subramanian, Harvard School of Public Health,United States• Mohammad Habibullah Pulok, Southeast University,BangladeshAgents for policy change• NGOs as agents of policy changeAlok Mukhopadhyay, Voluntary Health Associationof India, India• Public health activismGlenn Laverack, United KingdomManaging social transitions for better health• Social development and healthLing Li, China Center for Economic Research,Peking University, China• Social transition and health equity amongstKenyan populationsSalim A. Hussein, Ministry of Public Healthand Sanitation, KenyaSocial movements, prevention and control ofnon-communicable diseases, and healthpromotion• Social movements in the prevention and control ofnon-communicable diseasesSania Nishtar, Minister for Science and Technology,Information Technology, Professional Education andTraining, Pakistan• Social movements in health promotionBridget Lloyd, People’s Health MovementInformal session on the Conference StatementADBECParallel sessionsWednesday 15:00 – 16:30VENUE GUIDEFinlandia hallHelsinki hallVeranda 1Veranda 2Veranda 3Veranda 422
  • 22. healthpromotion2013.orgh lth omotion2013 orgSocial media, empowerment and health• Social media and empowerment in healthSheila Peuchaud, American University in Cairo, Egypt• m-health: an opportunity for health promotionHani Eskandar, International Telecommunication UnionInfluencing policy-making• Increasing community competence for influencingpolicies for healthLaura Aaben, National Institute for HealthDevelopment, Estonia• Community action for health in KyrgyzstanAitmurzayeva Gulmira Tashmurzayevna,Republican Health Promotion Center, Kyrgyzstan• Leadership development to enhance evidence-informeddecision-makingTaryn Young, Director, Centre for Evidence-basedHealth Care, South AfricaInstitutional capacity for HiAP• Maximizing effectiveness and efficiency of institutionalcapacity within existing resources: Experiences fromdeveloping countriesKassahun Tolesa Tulu, Ethiopia• Building capacity of public health institutesto implement HiAPJeffrey Koplan, Emory University, United StatesABParallel sessionsWednesday 17:00 – 18:30Evidence-based health promotionand implementation• Effective health promotion interventionsMaria E. Fernandez, University of Texas Health ScienceCenter at Houston, United States• How to implement and scale up evidence-basedinterventions: Lessons learned from the HealthierHawker ProgrammeYoong Kang Zee, Health Promotion Board, Singapore• Healthy workplaces in small and medium-sizedenterprises: A pilot project in three Latin AmericancountriesManuel Parra Garrido, Universidad Mayor, ChileFinancing health promotion and primary care• Financing health, health care and health promotionRiku Elovainio, World Health Organization• Innovative global health financing initiativesAlex Ross, World Health OrganizationInformal sessionon the Conference StatementEDCFVENUE GUIDEFinlandia hallHelsinki hallVeranda 1Veranda 2Veranda 3Veranda 423
  • 23. 13 June 2013Thursday08:30 – 9:15 Europe day: Setting the scene (Finlandia hall)• Intersectoral elements of Health 2020 strategyZsuzsanna Jakab, Regional Director, WHO Regional Office for Europe• Four decades of health policy development and health promotion in FinlandPaula Risikko, Minister of Social Affairs and Health, Finland• Role of the European Union in improving public health and reducinghealth inequalitiesTonio Borg, European Commissioner for Health and Consumer Policy (by video) 09:15 – 10:00  Plenary : Challenges and Opportunities for HiAPin times of economic difficulty (Finlandia Hall)• A panel discussion between senior health policy-makers:Frances Fitzgerald, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, IrelandSvetlana Axelrod, Deputy Head, Department of International Cooperation,Ministry of Health, Russian FederationJose Pereira Miguel, Instituto Nacional de Saúde Dr. Ricardo Jorge, PortugalJaakko Kiander, Senior Vice-President, Ilmarinen Mutual Pension InsuranceCompany, Finland10:00 – 13:00 Site visits13:00 – 14:00 Lunch24
  • 24. healthpromotion2013.orgh lth omotion2013 org14:00 – 15:30 Parallel sessions  – please turn the page for more information »15:30 – 16:00 Break16:00 – 17:30 Parallel sessions  – please turn the page for more information »17:30 – 17:45 Break 17:45 – 18:30 Plenary for wrap-up: Post 2015– The Perspective From The Europe Day (Finlandia Hall)Closing keynote: Ilona Kickbusch, Director, Graduate Institute of Internationaland Development Studies, Switzerland18:15 – 18:30 Citation for lifetime achievement in health promotion (Finlandia hall)Better governance:HiAP in national andlocal policy makingReducinginequalities:Life course approachReducing inequalities:Integrated policies oninequalityPriority areas:Mental healthin All PoliciesABetter governance:Partnership and crosssector collaborationDBPriority areas:Progress in NCDreductionECFPriority areas:TobaccoAHealth in all policies toprevent communicablediseasesDPriority areas:NutritionBWorkand healthEEPriority areas:AlcoholCEnvironmentand healthF25
  • 25. Reducing inequalities:Life course approach• Children, health and societyFrances Fitzgerald, Minister for Childrenand Youth Affairs, Ireland• Promoting health and equity in schoolsGoof Buijs, Schools for Health in Europe network,Netherlands• AgeingBarbro Westerholm, Age Platform Europe, SwedenReducing inequalities: Integrated policieson inequality• Hannele Palosuo, National Institutefor Health and Welfare, Finland• Tone B. Torgensen, The National Institutefor Public Health, Norway• Speaker to be confirmedBetter governance: HiAP in nationaland local policy making• Regional levelDavid Pattison, NHS Health Scotland, United Kingdom• Local levelPetteri Paronen, Mayor of Kuopio, Finland• Public health policy. The European Action Plan forStrengthening Public Health – Taking forward EPHO 4:Health Promotion, including action to address socialdeterminants and health inequityAnna Korotkova, Federal Research Institute HealthOrganization and Informatics, Ministry of Health,Russian FederationBetter governance: Partnership and crosssector collaboration• From Stability Pact to Health in all Policies (SEEHN)Andrei Usatii, Minister of Health, Republic of Moldova• Violence and injuryJoanne Vincenten, Child Safety Alliance, United Kingdom• Capacities for Health promotion and health in all policiesMargaret Barry, University of Galway, IrelandPriority areas: Progress in NCD reduction• Julia Critchley, St George’s, University of London,United Kingdom• Sergey Boytsov, State Scientific Research Instituteof Organization and Information of Health Care,Russian Federation• Maris Jesse, National Public Health Institute, EstoniaPriority areas: Mental health in All Policies• Supporting early childhood development:the role of nursery careMirjam Kalland, Mannerheim League for Child Welfare,Finland• Mental health promoting schoolsJonathan Campion, South London and Maudsley NHSFoundation Trust, United Kingdom• Youth employment policies and mental healthSpeaker to be confirmedA DBECFParallel sessionsThursday 14:00 – 15:30VENUE GUIDEFinlandia hallHelsinki hallVeranda 1Veranda 2Veranda 3Veranda 426
  • 26. healthpromotion2013.orgh lth omotion2013 orgPriority areas: Tobacco• LegislationKari Paaso, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Finland• Smoke free public placesEsteve Fernández, University of Barcelona, Spain• Reduction in adult smoking by usingcomprehensive approachCevdet Erdol, Turkish Grand National Assembly, TurkeyPriority areas: Nutrition• Price policies for healthy eatingSinne Smed, University of Copenhagen, Denmark• Marketing of food to childrenKnut-Inge Klepp, Directorate of Health, Norway• Salt reduction – EU initiativeStephanie Bodenbach, European Commission, DG SANCOPriority areas: Alcohol• The European Status Report on Alcohol and Heath 2013Jürgen Rehm, Technical University of Dresden, Germany• EU alcohol strategy – evaluationMaria Renström, Ministry of Health and Social Affairs,Sweden• Fiscal policiesIsmo Tuominen, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health,FinlandHealth in all policies to prevent communicablediseases• Margaret Barry, University of Galway, Ireland• Guenael Rodier, World Health Organization• Stephan van den Broucke, University of Louvain, Belgium• Ülla-Karin Nurm, European Centre for Disease ControlWork and health• Occupational health and safety – a cornerstone forsustainable health at workplacesBitten Højmark Døjholt, National Working EnvironmentAuthority, Denmark• From industrial work to knowledge intensive work– unbeatable challenge of todayKiti Müller, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health,Finland• Alcohol and workplaceEdina Gabor, National Institute for Health Development,HungaryEnvironment and health• Revisiting Health in All Policies at timesof environmental crisisGeorge Morris, NHS Health Scotland, United Kingdom• Evidence on health aspects of air pollution as support tothe improvement of public health activitiesPatrick Goodman, Dublin Technical University, Ireland• Pioneer of HiAP: transport and healthBrigit Staatsen, National Institute of Public Healthand the Environment, NetherlandsA DBECFParallel sessionsThursday 16:00 – 17:30VENUE GUIDEFinlandia hallHelsinki hallVeranda 1Veranda 2Veranda 3Veranda 427
  • 27. Friday09:00 – 10:00 Plenary on HiAP Framework for Country Action: The Way Forward (Finlandia hall)• Heidi Hautala, Minister for International Development, Finland• A country perspective, El Salvador• Roopa Dhatt, President of International Federation of Medical Students’ Associationand representative of the World Health Students’ Alliance• Michael Sparks, President, International Union for Health Promotion and Education• Hoda Rashad, Professor, The American University in Cairo, Egypt10:00 – 10:30 Plenary on Conference Statement (Finlandia hall)10:30 – 11:00 Break11:00 – 12:00 Panel on the implementation of the conference outcomes– Considerations from WHO regions (Finlandia hall)• Regional Office for Africa• Pan American Health Organization/ Regional Office for the Americas• Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean• Regional Office for Europe• Regional Office for South-East Asia• Regional Office for Western Pacific12:00 – 12:30 Closing (Finlandia hall)• Susanna Huovinen, Minister of Health and Social Services, Finland• Oleg Chestnov, Assistant Director-General, World Health OrganizationViisi, a cappella group12:30 – 14:00 Lunch14 June 201328
  • 28. Conference venue – Finlandia HallThe Conference on Health Promotion is held at theFinlandia Hall. The Finlandia Hall is the leading congress,event and entertainment venue in Finland. It is located inthe centre of Helsinki overlooking Töölö Bay.Finlandia Hall has hosted numerous international con-gresses and other events over the years. The buildingis a masterpiece of architecture by the great Finnisharchitect Alvar Aalto. Finlandia Hall is well worth a visit inits own right, and is visited by thousands of people eachyear from all over the world.30
  • 29. healthpromotion2013.orgh lth omotion2013 orgFinlandia Hall is easily accessible from the airport and thebus and railway stations. Tram and bus stops can be foundright in front of the building and it is a short walk from thecity centre.More information at www.finlandiatalo.fi/enMuseokatuMannerheimintieKaramzininrantaTöölö BayTöölönlahdenkatuAurorankatuDagmarinkatuTöölönkatuCygnaeuksenk.TöölönkatuNATIONALMUSEUMMUSICHALLHAKASALMIVILLA4T47 10MAIN ENTRANCETRAM STOP NATIONAL MUSEUM(KANSALLISMUSEO)FINLANDIAHALLCITYCENTRE400 m31
  • 30. 0. KERROS GROUND FLOORR1234CAFECAFCAFCAACAFAFCAFFEFEFEFEAAFFCAFCAFEEC FFEFFFAFFF VERVEREEEVERRERVERVEREREEV ANDAANDADANDANDAVERAVERVERVERARAAVERARAVV AAANDANDANDANDADDDDDDDDDADDDD LOUNOUNOUNUUOUNUUUNUUU GEGEGGGGGGGGGGGGEGEGGKONGKONGRESSRE ISIIPICONGCONGCONGONCONGNNGRESSRESSESSESSSSSSSSSE WINW GGK AK R A M Z I N I N R A N TAM A N N E R HH E IE I M I N T I EVERANDA 1–4151612K A R A M Z I N I N R A N TAM A N N E R H E I M I N T I EAULAAULAAULAAULAAULAULAULAAULALAAFOYFOYO ERERRBOARBOARBOAROOOOOBOARBOOBOBOOOOOOAROAROAROOAROARDROODROORRDRODROORDROODRODROOROORR ODROODROORRR ODROORRRDRORDROODR MMMMELIEELIELISELISELISELISSSLELEELE SA-SSA-SA-SA-SA-SA-SA-S-SSSA-SAA S-SSSALIALIALIALIALILIAAALIAALALIIAAALIALALIAAAAEEEELLLLLLLLLLLLIIIIIIIISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA HHAHAHAHAHAAAALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLAULAFOYERAAAAUAAUAULAAAAAFOYF ERTETERAT SSISISSALIALIALIALIIIALALALIALIALLLTERRTERRTERTERRTERRRRRERRRRRERRERRERRRRT RTTT RAAAAAAAAAACCCCCCCCCEEEEEEE HAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAALLLLLAUROAUROAAUROAUROUROROROROAUURUROAUROOOURORAAURRORAAU OAUUUAUUUAUU ORARA-SRARA-SRA-SRA-SRA-SA-SSRA-SSRA-SARA-SSAA-SRAA AALALALLALIALALLALILIAAALLLLILLLIALLAAAUURRRRRRRRRRRROOOOOOOOOOOOOOORARARARARAARRARAARRARARARARRARARAAAAAAAA HAHAHAHAAHAAAHAAAHHAAAAHHAAAAAHAAAAAHH LLLLLLLKOKOUSHUONEETKOKOMEETING ROOMS1. KERROS 1st FLOORConference venue mapsFINLANDIA HALLFINLANDIA HALLMaps: © Finlandia HallMAIN ENTRANCE32
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  • 32. ExhibitionExhibition areas are located at the Helsinki Hall foyer and Veranda.Exhibition opening times:Monday 08:30 – 16:30Tuesday 08:30 – 16:00Wednesday 08:30 – 17:00Thursday 08:30 – 16:00Friday 08:30 – 14:00Exhibitors• World Health Organisation• Ministry of Social Affairs and Health• European Commission, “Ex-smokers are Unstoppable”• Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry• Ministry of Education and Culture• National Institute for Health and Welfare• Finnish Institute of Occupational Health• City of Helsinki• City of Espoo• City of Vantaa• The International Union for Health Promotion and Education• EuroHealth Net• SOSTE Finnish Society for Social and Health34
  • 33. healthpromotion2013.orgh lth omotion2013 orgFINLANDIA HALLFINLANDIA HALL2. KERROS 2nd FLOOR242322252621272829K A R A M Z I N I N R A N TAM A N N E R H E I M I N T IN T I EEOLAFINLANDIA RAVINTOLAFINLAND AIA RESRESTATAURANTFINLFINLFINLINFINLFINLINLIN ANDIANDIANDANDIANDANDIANDIAND A-SAA-SAA-SAA-SAA-SAA-SAA-SA- ALILILILILILIFFFFFFFINININININLLLLLANANANANANANA DDDDDDDDIAIAAIAAAIA HAHAHAAHAHAHAH LLLLLLLLLLLHHHHHHELSHELSHELHELSHELSHHHHELSSINININNKNKINKIKININNK -SAL-SALS-SAALLLLLLALLLLALALLLLIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHELSELSELSELSELSELSSELSEEELLSEEEEEELEELELEEEEELELLL INININNINNINNKKKKKIIIII HAHAHAHAHAHALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLPIAZZALÄMPÄMPIÖFOYEFF RKOKOUSHUONEET 21–29KOKOUSHUONEET 21–MEETING ROOMS 21–290. KERROS GROUND FLOORR1234CAFECAFCAFCACAFFCAFFEFEFEFEAAFFCAFEEECCAFFFEAFAFFAF VERVEREEERRVERVERVEREREEVV ANDAANDADANDANDAVERAVERAVERVERVERARAARAVV AAAANDANDADANDADDDDDDADDADDDD LOUNOUNOUNUUUUOUNUUUNUUUUU GEGGGGGGGGGEGGGEGEGGGGGGKONGKONGRESSRE ISIIPICONGCONGCONGONGCONGNGGGRESSRESSESSSSSSSSSSES WINW GGK AK R A M Z I N I N R A N TAM A N N E R HH E IE I M I N T I EVERANDA 1–4FINLANDIA HALLExhibition areas Maps: © Finlandia Hall35
  • 34. Helsinki is the capital of Finland and has just over half a million residents. It is renowned for its vibrant urban life, modernarchitecture and unique location between East and West. Being located on the shore of the Baltic Sea, it has stunningsurroundings with an archipelago of many small islands, and fresh air to breath.In Helsinki you will find both cosy restaurants and bars, high-end design shops for both interior decor and clothing and abuzzing cultural life with concerts and all kinds of happenings.Amongst the most popular attractions are Suomenlinna Maritime Fortress, the AteneumArt Museum and the Temppeliaukio Church which is built right into the natural bed-rock in Helsinki.Helsinki weekThe conference is organized during the annual Helsinki Week when the city is full ofevents. On Helsinki Day, Wednesday June 12, there will be plenty of activities in thecity. For more information visit: www.helsinkiviikko.fi/en.Helsinki isrenowned for itsvibrant urban life,modern architectureand unique locationbetween Eastand West.City of HelsinkiPHOTO:VISITFINLANDPHOTO:VISITFINLANDMap: © Kaupunkimittausosasto, Helsinki 001/201336
  • 35. healthpromotion2013.orgCentral railway stationFinlandia HallNational MuseumCity HallHotel Crowne PlazaHotel Scandic ContinentalHotel Scandic MarskiHotel Scandic SimonkenttäHotel Sokos PresidenttiHotel GLO KluuviHotel Sokos Vaakuna1234567891011562111798104337
  • 36. The 8th Global Conference on Health Promotion(8GCHP) is one of the pilot events in the Greening Events-project. This project is a joint venture of Helsinki, Espooand Vantaa cities (the Helsinki Metropolitan Area) andaims to develop concrete ways to improve the environ-mental management of events.An environmental management system named ‘theEcoCompass Event’ has been set up for the 8GCHP andincludes actions that will minimize the conference’s envi-ronmental impacts.Events have been having increasingly larger-scaleenvironmental impacts. On the other hand events alsoprovide an opportunity to involve the public in moreresponsible behaviour. The Greening Events establishesa practical action model that will support voluntaryenvironmental work between cities and events. Citiesset clear environmental criteria for events that will helpevent organizers implement them. For this to happen, weneed new thinking on how environmental issues can beintegrated into existing practices.The project is supported by the European RegionalDevelopment Fund (ERDF) and the Centre for EconomicDevelopment, Transport and the Environment Agency(EUA). Other sponsors are the cities of Helsinki, Espooand Vantaa and the World Design Capital Helsinki 2012-programme. The project is coordinated by the City ofHelsinki Environment Centre.Greening Events websiteprovides more informationand tools on environmentally-friendly event production:www.greeningevents.fi/enGreening events38
  • 37. Contact:healthpromotion@who.intFinlandEvent manager:healthpromotion2013@confedent.fiMore information on the conference website:www.healthpromotion2013.orgFollow us also on Twitter:@Healthpromo2013#healthinallLocal conference secretariat:healthpromotion@stm.fiContact information
  • 38. Co-funded bythe Health Programmeof the European UnionMINISTRY FOR FOREIGNAFFAIRS OF FINLANDConference partnersThe 8th Global Conference onHealth Promotion is organizedin cooperation with: