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Advocacy

CDPAC Policy Positions, Statements & Other Recommendations more... 
  • CDPAC reviews the evidence and makes policy recommendations on a range of topics and issues of relevance to healthy living and chronic disease prevention 
Networks & Groups more...
  • CDPAC leads, engages with, and participates in collaboratives on specific issues 
Pre-Budget Submissions & Senate Committee Appearances more...
  • Includes pre-budget recommendations to federal government and speaking notes from presentations to Senate committees in the area of healthy living for chronic disease prevention 
Letters to Government Leaders more...
  • Includes letters to government leaders calling for action or applauding efforts and successes 
Letters of Support & Endorsement more... 
  • Includes letters in support of our members' as well as other organizations' policy positions, campaigns, and initiatives 
Infographics more...
  • These infographics can be used to inform decision-makers about actions to support healthy living for chronic disease prevention.
Global NCD Alliance Forum - Sharjah Declaration (available in in Arabic, English, French and Spanishmore...
  • CDPAC attended as an invited delegate the Global NCD Alliance Forum, which brought together representatives from national and regional NCD alliances to discuss and agree on ways forward to strengthen the civil society response to NCDs in the context of implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The Sharjah Declaration is a global expression of NCD civil society’s commitment to engage in advocacy and accountability to advance the NCD response.
UN High-Level Non-Communicable Diseases Summit, September 2011  
  • UN-NCD resources and links are archived in this section. more... 
  • CDPAC was honoured to have been invited to join the Hon. Leona Aglukkak, then Minister of Health, as a member of Canada’s delegation to the United Nations High-level Meeting on Non-communicable Diseases in New York on September 19 and 20, 2011. more on CDPAC's participation in the summit...