Influence & Ethics

HI's Analyses, Alerts, Debates and Recommendations on Policy and Ethics.

ALERT – HI joins the global movement for universal health coverage

ALERT – HI joins the global movement for universal health coverage

On May 21st, at marge of the World Health Assembly, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) signed the partnership with UHC 2030, a multistakeholder platforms that aims to accelerate progresses towards universal health coverage (UHC).

Welcome to our blog !

Welcome to our blog !

Posted by: on Nov 30, 2015 | 2 Comments

This blog has been created to provide regularly updated content on HI’s advocacy work and in-depth analyses developed by Handicap International Foundation.

ALERT – HI joins the global movement for universal health coverage

ALERT – HI joins the global movement for universal health coverage

Posted by: on May 22, 2019 | No Comments

On May 21st, at marge of the World Health Assembly, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) signed the partnership with UHC 2030, a multistakeholder platforms that aims to accelerate progresses towards universal health coverage (UHC).

COMING UP – The 20th anniversary of the protection of civilians agenda

COMING UP – The 20th anniversary of the protection of civilians agenda

Posted by: on May 17, 2019 | No Comments

In 1999, the protection of civilians in armed conflict became a specific item on the agenda of the UN Security Council. Today, civilians are still bearing the brunt of the conflicts in Libya, Myanmar, Nigeria, South Sudan, Syria, Yemen… Civil Society Organisations, including HI, will be in New York next week to call States for concrete action.

ALERT – New position paper: how rehabilitation helps achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
ALERT – Syria: HI condemns the bombing of populated areas in Idlib

ALERT – Syria: HI condemns the bombing of populated areas in Idlib

Posted by: on May 16, 2019 | No Comments

As fighting intensifies in north-western Syria, particularly in the city of Idlib and southern Idlib province, HI is concerned about the plight of thousands of civilians directly exposed to bombing.