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Tackling child helath inequalities in London:
A free good practice workshop. Register here
Wednesday 12th October 2016
Registration 9.45 Seminar start 10.00
Seminar close 12.30 Networking lunch until 13.00
Child health inequalities have a huge impact upon children's life chances. London has the highest regional rates of childhood obesity in the country. 30% of private rented homes in London fall beneath the Decent Homes Standard and this damp, cold and overcrowded housing has an impact on children's physical and mental health . In London around 328,000 school children are exposed to unhealthy levels of NO2 pollution, and access to safe spaces in which to play varies considerably across the capital.
The workshop will explore:
• How child health inequalities impact on life chances
• Child health inequalities in the capital and London-specific challenges
• Solutions to address London’s child health and wellbeing gap in the short-term and the long-term
• Key policy asks to the GLA, the new Mayor, and local authorities to address child health inequalities in London
The event is free: Please join us at:
Resource for London (seminar room 3)
356 Holloway Rd, London N7 6PA
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