The Participatory Public Health Centre

is an international initiative for research, education, communication and impact. Our focus is on making health public by working towards understanding and reducing exclusion and inequality in health. The Centre was launched in May 2017.is an international initiative for research, education, communication and impact. Our focus is on making health public by working towards understanding and reducing exclusion and inequality in health. The Centre was launched in May 2017.

We aim to

adress

public health challenges with focus on areas and geographies that have been neglected by international scholarship such as post-Soviet settings

contribute

into development of participatory public health and dialogical approaches for appraising public health problems and ways to address them

innovate

methodological and conceptual apparatus for understanding and acting on public health problems

support

development of education opportunities and formats that draw on critical, interdisciplinary and participatory public health

We work

interdisciplinary

Our work combines diverse perspectives and methods from sociology, biomedicine, science and technology studies, political science, philosophy, and innovation studies.

participatory

We engage in methodological innovation to produce and share knowledge in new, collaborative and participatory ways.

impact & action

We work closely with partners from different geographies – patients, activists, decision-makers – to open up and sustain dialogue and engagement for improving public health.

The core team

Who we are

Our collaborations

Our network of core partners includes initiatives and institutions that take interdisciplinary inclusive approach to people’s health and wellbeing. Together we seek to address inequality and exclusion in health and are open to new collaborations that would further this goal.

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