January 23rd, 2005.
Axis: Building conceptual bases as the starting point for an international policy action in defence of the right to health and social security
Panel: International Scenario: Macroeconomics and Health. (Free Trade and Trade Agreements, and attacks on Health as a Right; understanding the paths/ways for action for life defence and the construction of viability for the universal systems of health and social security. Right to Health and Social Security x Neoliberalism/ External Debt/ FTAA – TPA/ Imperialism and Militarism) Macroeconomics/ Debt Relief/ MDGs/ and HIPC – WHO, WTO and GATT – current disagreements and perspectives).
Panel: Health systems, social security and the guarantee of the Human Right (exhibitors by Continent). Critical analysis of the current directions and change possibilities to the processes of health and social security reform for the guarantee of the social and human rights.
Panel: Social and Human Rights & Health/Social Security. How to guarantee universality, integrality and equity in the reform processes? Ongoing experiences and the construction of an international agenda. Ethics in defence of life, judicialization of the rights. The equities between social classes, social territories, genders and ethnic groups.
Panel: Presentation of the summary of the Latin American Alternative Report on the Right to Health and Latin American Campaign for the Right to Health.
January 24th, 2005.
Axis: For another read of the specific agendas’ components in the light of the fight for the universal right to health, identifying experiences and proposals to mobilization and organization in both national and international scenarios.
Panel: Experiences of regional economic systems: Europe Community, MERCOSUR, Andes Pact, NEPAD, CAFTA, NAFTA, CARICOM... How to build a social agenda for the right to health and social security in the regional blocs’ context? And in the Group 20?
Panel: Experiences of national and international mobilizations in defence of the Right to Health and Social Security. The Second World People’s Health Assembly in Cuenca – Ecuador and the People’s Health Movement, Equinet, Global Health Watch – Alternative World Report on Health in the World… national and regional experiences…
Thematic Panels to approach in depth specific points or agendas that should be included in the general agendas of the fight for the right to health and social security, with recommendation to the Final Plenary’s debates.
General Panels’ Themes:
1-Organization of the international health – rights and financing, a critical appropriation and opportunities’ analysis: WHO in context, Health Determinants Commission, humanitarian aid and health systems.
2-Ethics for Life and Intellectual Property, medicines, technology and Genome, Global Fund, 3 x 5 , PPP = public-private partnership in the international agenda.
3-Bases for a new social security.
4-Strategies for social participation and social control of the State – improving definitions and main points of fight.
5-Work in Health in the context of the trade agreement and neoliberalism, resistances and proposals for action.
6-Permanent education in health. Popular education and Professional education.
Specific Panels’ Themes:
It is approached the challenges for health care and social security with universality, integrality and equity:
7-Primary Health Care.
8-Startegy for health promotion.
10-Violences – against young people and children, gender violence, social determinants of violence.
11-Non intentional traumatism/ accidents and social, natural and technological environments, paths for social mobilization for the right to security.
12-Environment Health and Sustainable Development.
14-Humanization of Health Care.
15-Sexual and Reproductive Rights.
16-Indigenous Peoples’ Health and Interculturality.
17-Understanding the national and international bases of the rights to health – DehSCs Platform and national legislations, paths for the rights’ guarantee.
18-Global Fund – a deep debate on malaria, tuberculosis and AIDS in the international interests context.
19-Understanding the SUS (Brazilian Unified Health System) – this system is possible in other third world countries? Discussing the SUS Economy – how much does the SUS cost and worth?
20-The Black People’s Health and the Equity in the Right to Health.
21-Food and Nutritional Safety/Security.
22-Wars and their Impact on Health.
23-Traditional knowledge on health and its incorporation in the universal care systems.
Conference: the SUS experience in Brazil.
Presentation of the experience and structure of the Brazil’s SUS as reference to health movements in the international context, the SUS in the universal categories of the debate on health systems… guarantee of rights, integrality, equity, social management and participation, concept of health and social security, economy and financing…
January 25th, 2005.
Axis: Establishing agreements and defining contents and follow-ups of the agendas developed in this Forum and its follow-ups, defining the sequence and organization of this Health Movement around both the World Social Forum and Peoples’ Health Movement.
Conference: The works of the UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and Health.
January 26th, 2005.
Visit schedules to the Health System: SUS in Porto Alegre.
Schedule 1: Primary Health Care – PSF (Family Health Program), PACS.
Schedule 2: Urgency Care in SUS.
Schedule 3: SUS’ Hospital System.
Schedule 4: Health Vigilance.
Schedule 5: Care Management, Control, and Valuation and Regulation System.
Schedule 6: Organization and Dynamics of the Social Participation in Health.