Health Care in Danger: Promoting domestic and global implementation
Dick Clomén, Head of Policy
|If YES, please describe the actions taken (including challenges encountered if there is any) and provide concrete examples (including written reports, programme information, photos and videos*)
We run a bi-annual 3-hour-seminar for senior year medical students at Karolinska Institutet.
HCiD and the Swedish Parliament
A HCiD Checklist for Swedish Parliamentarians, has been developed together with members of the Swedish Parliament.
Communication and media
Swedish Red Cross was a keynote speaker at a conference for health-care personnel working as supervisors for students in health care professions. 900 people in the audience.
Dialogue with the government
The Swedish Government’s Delegation on International Law and Disarmament lead by the Swedish Foreign Minister has established a working group on the protection of health care in armed conflicts to support the government in its work to improve protection of health-care in line with the HCiD recommendations and the resolutions, as well as the UN SC Res 2286. Swedish Red Cross is an active member of the working group.
With regard to the Swedish Government’s mebership of the UN Security Council 2017-2019, Swedish Red Cross has actively promoted HCiD as a key priority.