11th City Health International Conference "Crisis, Risks and Opportunities"

We are pleased to announce that the11th event in the series of City Health International conferences will take place on 29 & 30th November 2021 in Warsaw, Poland. The conference is organized in cooprartion with Robert Zajonc Institute for Social Studies University of Warsaw.

This year's theme will be “Crisis, Risks and Opportunities” which will see us look at the lessons to be learnt from the last 18 months and the threats and opportunities which now face those concerned about the health outcomes of marginalised communities.

City Health International seeks to maximize engagement from all those concerned with addressing the health needs of underserved and marginalized communities. Our events involve policy makers, community and advocacy groups, service users, researchers, NGOs and those providing front-line services.

Here is the draft programme of the conference

11th City Health International Conference "Crisis, Risks and Opportunities"

29 November

30 November

14:00-15:00 Registration and networking 09:30-11:00 Justice Under Pressure – Delivering a Humane and Effective Criminal Justice System In a Period of Crisis
15:00-15:15 Welcome 11:00-11:30 Coffee Break
15:15-16:45 Homelessness Off the Streets – What worked
and What We Should Learn from It
11:30-13:00 Digital Services - Forced Online – Great Benefits, What Limits?
16:45-17:05 Coffee Break 13:00-14:00 Lunch
17:05-17:35 Alison Chesney And Eddie Killoran Memorial Lectures - Prof. Alex Stevens 14:00-15:30 Robert Zajonc Institute for Social Studies University of Warsaw session
17:35-18:00 Paolo Pertica Award 15:30-15:45 Coffee Break
18:00-20:00 Networking Reception 15:45-16:45 Taking Stock – Delivering Services in an Uncertain Future
16:45-16:50 Closing

When: November 29 (Monday) & 30 (Tuesday)

Where: Marriott Hotel Warsaw & live online. Due to the ongoing Covid situation the travel situation remains dynamic. For that reason, we will also be streaming the event and providing chat and online Q&A facilities, to ensure that nobody misses out and to maximize participation.

For whom: We employ an ‘inclusive’ approach, engaging with NGOs, community projects, advocacy groups, as well as academics, policy makers and those who deliver services and interventions.