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2023年6月18日 (日)

My Min-i-ren(4)

The WHO-SDH Committee, chaired by Michael Marmot, released its final report in 2008 titled "Closing the Gap in a Generation," solidifying its unwavering health strategy.

It can be said that at this time, declarations regarding the right to health finally became substantive.

Within Japan, a  Physicians Union (Min-i-ren) took the lead in earnestly studying this third health strategy, leading to the convergence of Min-i-ren's principles and a new health promotion based on the Social Determinants of Health (SDH). The phrase "Solid Facts," conveying the significance of considering SDH as undeniable facts, became the rallying cry for Min-i-ren as a whole. The attitude of perceiving illness from the perspectives of work and life, which naturally emerged as a characteristic of Min-i-ren in the late 1960s, was interpreted as being pioneering in its awareness of SDH.

It was at this time that the intention to rebrand the previously cherished term "right to life" to align with the global trend as the "right to health" became apparent.

For Min-i-ren, the right to health is nothing other than the right to life achieved through a health strategy based on SDH.

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