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IPEN held a Regional Meeting from 4 - 6 June, 2018 in Puerto Princesa City, Philippines for its Southeast & East Asia regions. Approximately 30 participants from 16 IPEN Participating Organizations (POs) and 2 observer NGOs, from 10 countries, attended the meeting. Find the full program here.

The overall goal of the meeting was to enhance collaboration among IPEN POs in the region and maximize knowledge exchange around different environmental health and chemical safety issues and strategies.

“I think the concept of the meeting was very inspiring. I learned a lot and I’ve been encouraged to do something new back in China,” said Mao Da from Nature University, an IPEN Participating Organization in China.

This edition of IPEN's bi-annual Global Newsletter for 2017 focuses on women and chemicals. The newsletter opens with a message from the IPEN Co-Chairs, and includes highlights, stories from the field, and news. All contributions were provided by the IPEN Regional Hubs and Participating Organizations, working together for a toxic-free future.

Please see the newsletter in the following languages:

اللغة العربية English / español  / French / русский中文 

 

 

Advocates claim continued federal leadership necessary to move towards eliminating legacy asbestos 

Toronto, ON – Collective relief expressed by activists and public health adovcates across Canada, as federal government released its long-awaited regulations banning the use, import and sale of asbestos, and manufacture and import of products containing asbestos, over the weekend.

http://www.knom.org/wp/blog/2017/12/13/norton-sound-women-gather-to-discuss-environmental-health/

WOMEN FROM AROUND WESTERN ALASKA came together in Nome last week for the 2nd Norton Sound Indigenous Women’s Gathering.

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