The UICC Advocacy Network, brings together over 100 UICC members across 65 countries
The UICC Advocacy Network, brings together over 100 UICC members across 65 countries and its goal are to:
The individuals that are part of the UICC advocacy network come from national cancer societies, research institutes, patient groups and professional societies amongst others.
The strength of the Advocacy Network comes from the diverse expertise and experiences that it can draw on to help shape, inform and deliver policy changes. Since 2011, the Network has played an important role in positioning cancer and other NCDs as a global health and development issue, securing cancer-specific commitments from governments around the world, and helping to drive their implementation at national level.
Looking ahead, the Network will work to build an active network that can help inform, shape, and drive the work of the UICC KAP team globally. This group will be essential to the ongoing work in follow-up to the 2017 cancer resolution and key global commitments on NCDs and universal health coverage (UHC).
Read more about the network here (PDF)
The Advocacy Network is open to all UICC members. Requests to join the network should be sent to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org, with a short message detailing what advocacy work you are currently undertaking and which thematic areas of focus you are particularly interested in pursuing further.
If you are already a member of the Advocacy Network but are not receiving the advocacy newsletters please contact email@example.com.
UICC Advocacy Network Members, April 2019
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