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The launch of the WHO world report on violence and health for the countries of South-East Europe


Lešo, Danijela; Božičević, Ivana; Posavec, Marija; Orešković, Stjepan; Pavleković, Gordana
The launch of the WHO world report on violence and health for the countries of South-East Europe, 2003. (sažetak s kongresa).


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Naslov
The launch of the WHO world report on violence and health for the countries of South-East Europe

Autori
Lešo, Danijela ; Božičević, Ivana ; Posavec, Marija ; Orešković, Stjepan ; Pavleković, Gordana

Izvornik
6th International Conference Biotechnology and Public Health 9th-13th October, 2003, book of abstracts

Vrsta, podvrsta
Ostale vrste radova, sažetak s kongresa

Godina
2003

Ključne riječi
South-East Europe; WHO world report on violence and health

Sažetak
We present results of the workshop held during the launch of the WHO World Report on violence and Health for the countries of south-east Europe.The launch was organised in Zagreb in March 2003, by the Croatian Ministry of Health, the School of Public Health "Andrija Stampar", WHO/EURO and WHO/HQ. The high-level representatives of ministries of health from following countries participated at the launch: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania and Serbia. The topic of the workshop was how to implement recommendations of the World Report on Violence and Health and to do a SWOT analysis of issues that are relevant for implementation of the recommendations. Results of the SWOT analysis are following: Strenghts: Existing commitment to deal with violence as a health issue ; possibility to link work on violence prevention with current global initiatives ; existing knowledge and expertise at community and national level and at NGO level. Weaknesses: Lack of funding ; competing priorities ; uncertain endorsement from higher levels ; uneven spread of expertise ; lack of knowledge ; high tolerance of violence in the society. Opportunities: Committment of certain number of professionals to strenghthen work on violence ; existing data on violence ; increased public support. Threats: Cultural resistance to change attitudes ; gender inequality ; segmentation of work on violence prevention - insufficient exchange of expertise and knowledge between sectors. As next steps participants identified a need to assess current situation in violence prevention from the health sector point of view, establishment of an inter-sectoral task force at the Ministry of Health that would co-ordinate activities on violence prevention and strengthening of public health advocary in realtion to violence.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Javno zdravstvo i zdravstvena zaštita



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekti:
0108331

Ustanove:
Medicinski fakultet, Zagreb


Citiraj ovu publikaciju:

Lešo, Danijela; Božičević, Ivana; Posavec, Marija; Orešković, Stjepan; Pavleković, Gordana
The launch of the WHO world report on violence and health for the countries of South-East Europe, 2003. (sažetak s kongresa).
Lešo, D., Božičević, I., Posavec, M., Orešković, S. & Pavleković, G. (2003) The launch of the WHO world report on violence and health for the countries of South-East Europe. 6th International Conference Biotechnology and Public Health 9th-13th October, 2003, book of abstracts. Sažetak s kongresa.
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