Themed “Working together for good prison health”, the conference aims to provide participants with a platform for sharing knowledge and best practices with a view to promoting good health in prisons. The event will also be a networking opportunity for health and non-health professionals working in prison settings.
The conference will bring together senior correctional managers, senior managers from prison medical services and health ministries, public health experts from across the Asia and the Pacific region, and international guest speakers.
Highlight the best innovations and initiatives that contribute to better health in prisons
Identify common challenges and areas for policy-making and practices between the health sector and the ministries concerned
Explore ways to strengthen trans-sectorial collaborations and action on prison health
|Date||November 13 – 15 2017|
|Venue||Holiday Inn, Silom, Bangkok|
|Organizers||ICRC Geneva Health Unit and ICRC delegation in Bangkok|
|Format||The conference will be held in plenary sessions.
Day 1: Full-day plenary session
Day 2: Full-day plenary session
Day 3: Half-day plenary session, wrap-up and closing ceremony, and half-day bilateral meetings.
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