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Webinar series: The struggle against the commercialization and privatization of long term care

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Webinar series: The struggle against commercialization and privatization of long-term care

Together with People’s Health Movement Canada and CUPE, the Canadian Union for Public Employees, the European Network organizes a series of Webinars on the fight against the commercialization and privatization of long term care of the elderly and disabled persons.

Join us during these online webinars!

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Session 1 - Thursday, November 12, 2020
Time: 12h30-14h00 Montreal/18h30-20h00 Brussels and Milan
Host: TBD
Translations Available: TBD (English, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch)

  • Commercialization of long-term care: Ilona Delouette (France)
    Ilona Delouette has PhD in economics at the University of Lille at the CLERSE. She wrote a thesis in political economy on the funding of the loss of autonomy in France and was particularly interested in the processes that led to exclusion from Social Security and privatization. Read here a recent article of hers
  • Public austerity measures and the commercialization of long-term care: Sabina Stan (Ireland)
    Sabina Stan is Assistant Professor in Sociology and Anthropology in the School of Nursing and Human Sciences, DCU, Ireland. She has conducted research on healthcare reforms in Central and Eastern Europe, European east-west migration, cross-border patient mobility in Europe, unevenness in the European healthcare space, and collective action in response to healthcare privatisation and austerity policies in Europe.
    More info on Sabina Stan and her research
  • Political perspective of long-term care: Jean Hermesse (Belgium) is the former general secretary of the Christian Mutualities in Belgium and active in the Platform for Action on Health and Solidarity.
  • The Canadian perspective: Nan McFadgen (Canada) works at the Canadian Union of Public Employees

Session 2 – Saturday, November 14, 2020
Time: 11h30-13h00 Montreal/17h30-19h00 Brussels and Milan
Host: TBD
Translations Available: TBD

Working conditions of employees in long-term care

  • Emilie Marchal (Belgium)
  • Santosh Mahindrakar (Germany)
  • Krasimira Mehandzhiyska (Bulgaria)
  • Anna Roos (The Netherlands)
  • Barb Nederpel (Canada)
  • TBD (Canada) - Baj
  • TBD (Italy)

Session 3 – Thursday, November 19, 2020
Time: 12h30-14h00 Montreal/18h30-20h00 Brussels and Milan
Host: TBD
Translations Available: TBD

Ensuring a dignified life for seniors and disabled people: quality of life
and adequate health and social services

  • Megan Linton (Canada)
  • Giampiero Griffo (Italy)
  • Maciej Kucharczyk - AGE (Belgium/Europe)

Session 4 - Saturday, November 21, 2020
Time: 11h30-13h00 Montreal/17h30-19h00 Brussels and Milan
Location: TBD
Language Groups: TBD

Discussion: Commercialization of long-term care
Discussion: Public austerity measures and the commercialization of
long-term care
Discussion: Political perspective of long-term care
Discussion: Working conditions of employees in long-term care
Discussion: Ensuring a dignified life for senior citizens in long-term care

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