Watch the recording of this meaningful workshop where we hear from Latin American leaders about their experiences implementing rights-based advocacy initiatives for type 1 diabetes (T1D). The workshop was held in Spanish and live-translated to English and Portuguese.
The workshop focused on experiences from the T1D community in Latin America, spanning Mexico, Brazil, Guatemala, Panama, Bolivia, Argentina, and more. Translatable techniques were discussed, so people from all across the globe, and those working for change in other noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) will benefit from watching.
Participants of the workshop will gain:
an understanding of what rights-based advocacy for access to diabetes care looks like and how this approach can work in the real-world;
a comprehension of how advocates across LATAM are increasing awareness of what people living with diabetes need to attain the highest attainable standard of health;
knowledge of how the community has been working to end inequalities and discrimination in their countries; and
an ability to network and identify specific tools that can be used to support rights-based advocacy approaches going forward.
Meet the Speakers
Meet the Organisers
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