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After nearly a week of intense negotiations, meetings, side events, discussions, bilaterals, and resolutions, the 67th WHA concluded on at 2130 on Saturday. Here you will find out interventions, most of them as held, but some as submitted to the secretariat in writing so as to save time.

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Geneva, 20 May 2014

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All are welcome to join the May 7th event co-hosted by The Permanent Mission of Norway alongside the Permanent Missions of Indonesia, Thailand, South Africa in collaboration with IHEID/ The Graduate Institute.

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Head of the Norwegian delegation, Director General for Health Dr. Bjørn Guldvog in front of WHO headquarters in Geneva. 
Photo: Gita Simonsen.

The World Health Organization’s (WHO) 134th Executive Board meeting was held in Geneva (January 20th - 25th). WHO reform is one of the key items on the Executive Board Meeting agenda. In addition to the reform process, Norway is actively engaged in the follow up of the health related Millennium Development Goals, prevention and control of non-communicable diseases and violence against women.

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Norway's statements on the topic of new financing model for the WHO and the financing dialogue at the 19th EBPBAC, held in Geneva 16th-17th of January 2014.

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Photo: UD/Gita Simonsen.

The Permanent Mission of France and the Permanent Mission of Norway hosted the side event on the rising health risks caused by climate change and air pollution 19 May in Geneva. The side event was held in occasion of the health assembly this week.

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On 27th-28th March Norway participated in a consultation on the development of a framework for WHO's engagement with Non-State actors. Preparing for this meeting, the WHO published a background document to facilitate discussion. The document suggest an overall framework to establish clear rules of engagement for WHO's engagement with non-State actors, that is NGOs, private sector entities,...

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The 134th World Health Organization Executive Board Meeting was hosted at the WHO headquarters in Geneva between the 19th and the 25th of January. Central items on the agenda included WHO reform, the financing dialogue, and improved decision-making by the governing bodies. Here we have published key statements by Norway, as well as some joint statements.

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WHO MiNDbank is an online platform bringing together country and international resources, covering mental health, substance abuse, disability, general health, human rights and development. It is part of WHO’s QualityRights campaign to end violations against people with mental disabilities. MiNDbank aims to facilitate dialogue, advocacy and research, to promote reform in these areas in line with...

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