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Governing Health Futures 2030 Youth Consultations: What do youth want to see in the future of health governance? (WP1882V2)

Governing Health Futures 2030 Youth Consultations: What do youth want to see in the future of health governance? (WP1882V2)
Date
Thursday 18 February, 2021
Venue
Virtual
Event no.
WP1882V2

In partnership with the Lancet and Financial Times Commission Governing Health Futures 2030: Growing up in a digital world.

What do youth want to see in the future of health governance?

The Financial Times Commission Governing Health Futures 2030: Growing up in a digital world aims to collaborate with a broad range of youth networks to develop a Youth Statement and Youth Call to Action to inform a final report scheduled to launch by the end of 2021.

This two-part youth consultation will focus on the convergence of digital health, artificial intelligence (AI) and other frontier technologies with universal health coverage (UHC).

Wilton Park will convene this consultation, engaging with selected young people from around the world to co-create a 3,000 word Youth Statement in consideration of five thematic areas raised by the Co-chairs and Commissioners:

  • The digital generation under 25
  • The future we want
  • The equity and participation gap
  • Co-creating the future of health and wellbeing
  • The choices we have

This continues our work with The Lancet & Financial Times Commission Governing health futures 2030: Growing up in a digital world

Wilton Park reference number: WP1882V2

Contacts

Programme Director: Nancy Lee

Biography and other events

Project Manager: Wendy Head