International Union for Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE)
Union internationale de promotion de la santé et d'éducation pour la santé (UIPES)
Unión Internacional de Promoción de la Salud y de Educación para la Salud
1951-05 Paris France
Founded as Interim Commission. Definitive statutes adopted May 1953, Paris; revised: Jul 1962, Philadelphia PA (USA); Sep 1969, Buenos Aires (Argentina); 1973, Paris; 1982, Hobart (Australia); 1985, Dublin (Ireland); 1988 Houston TX (USA); 1998, Puerto Rico; 2007, Vancouver BC (Canada).
Promote global health and contribute to achievement of equity in health between and within countries; advocate activities to promote the health of populations worldwide; develop the knowledge base for health promotion and health education; improve and advance the quality and effectiveness of health promotion and health education practice and knowledge; contribute to development of countries' capacity to undertake health promotion and health education activity.
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General Assembly (every 3 years, at World Conference). Board of Trustees, comprising Executive Committee (President and 12 Vice-Presidents), globally elected members and ex-officio members (accredited representatives of organizations with national trustee membership and Regional Directors). Membership and meetings open.
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