The 6th Global Forum on Health Promotion

Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Ottawa Charter

The PEI Conference Centre at the Delta Prince Edward
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, CANADA

October 16-17, 2016

The 6th Global Forum on Health Promotion was held in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island (PEI), Canada from October 16 – 17, 2016. The theme for the event was Health Promotion ~ At the Very Heart of Sustainability, and it celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Ottawa Charter and highlighted the contributions of civil society and health promotion initiatives to sustainable development.

The Global Forum was a unique opportunity to learn from and connect with international health promotion leaders. The event brought together policymakers, government leaders, NGOs, researchers, educators, health promotion and public health professionals, community health leaders and experts across all sectors working to promote health, equity and sustainability. The 6th Global Forum was be presented in Canada’s two official languages, with simultaneous translation available in French and English.

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*Session Sponsor for “Applying an Asset-Based Approach for Health Promotion”

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Interpretation services have been made available through funding under the Canada/PEI Agreement on French Language Services, Canadian Heritage, and the Public Health Agency of Canada.

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Call for Exhibitors!

Call for Exhibitors!

A select number of organizations from the health & sustainable development sectors will have the opportunity to exhibit their products or services during the 6th Global Forum on Health Promotion. Exhibitors benefit from networking with delegates, recognition within the Forum program and website, as well as numerous opportunities to profile your organization and reach a captive, international health promotion audience.

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Promoting Health & Economic Development, one student at a time

Promoting Health & Economic Development, one student at a time

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Get to know Charlottetown’s sustainability initiatives!

Get to know Charlottetown’s sustainability initiatives!

This week we’re all about Global Goal number 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities. We’re sharing local, national and international sustainability initiatives over on our facebook and twitter accounts, and we encourage you to follow along, and let us know what sustainability movements are happening in your community.

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Call for Videos

Call for Videos

Call for Videos! Ten videos will be featured on site during proceedings of the 6th Global Forum on Health Promotion. These videos will highlight innovative health promotion practices and projects from across Canada and throughout the rest of the world. A selection of local, national and international videos will be chosen from submissions.

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Just Announced! Registration Special for International Attendees

Just Announced! Registration Special for International Attendees

A limited time registration special has just been announced for international registrants for the 6th Global Forum on Health Promotion, in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada on October 16-17, 2016. Interested attendees from outside of Canada will receive $100 off the regular registration price with the offer code 6GFHP when they register online.

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Early Bird Deadline Fast Approaching for 6th Global Forum

Early Bird Deadline Fast Approaching for 6th Global Forum

Two days remain to take advantage of early bird rates for the 6th Global Forum on Health Promotion in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island on October 16-17, 2016. The Global Forum on Health Promotion is an initiative of Geneva’s Alliance for Health Promotion, an NGO in... read more