Learn how the Commission is recommending a healthier digital environment for children, and the roles that policymakers, academics, and governments play today.
The Digital Transformations for Health Lab (DTH-Lab) is excited to announce our new cohort of Regional Youth Champions. Eleven outstanding young people from around the world are joining the programme from October 2023 to September 2024.
Launched on 12 August 2022, #MyHealthFutures calls on all stakeholders in the digital health ecosystem to support a global movement to build better health futures through implementing the Commission’s recommendations. The campaign has been designed by young people and aimed at creating space to hear from young people in shaping health futures.
Representatives from twenty-three global youth networks convened at a two-part GHFutures2030 Youth Consultation hosted by Wilton Park and co-authored a statement on the health futures youth want. They also adopted a strong Call For Action which urges stakeholders to take action towards strong governance of the digital transformations in health with youth meaningfully and intentionally involved at every level.
The network will bring together young people under the age of thirty to build a movement dedicated to digital health governance inspired by the needs of children and young people.
A team of researchers from the University of Vienna launched
Commissioner Miranda Wolpert and Toluse Dove Francis from Mental Health Aware Nigeria discuss how digital transformations in health can support the achievement of UHC and SDG 3, with a particular focus on mental health and adolescent health and well-being
GHFutures2030 Youth Officers, Eglė Janušonytė, and Commissioner Ran Balicer discuss how education and cross-sectoral innovation/partnership can support health systems and strengthening health workforce
Brian Li Han Wong & Artur Olesch discuss the importance and timeliness of governing health futures and digital transformations with GHFutures2030 Co-chairs and Danielle Mullings