GC Meeting Agenda

28 November 2019

1 pm (CET – Geneva time)

1.0   Session Opening & declaration of conflict of interest (L. Rispel)

2.0   Adoption of the Agenda – topics for voting with * (L. Rispel)

3.0   Approval Minutes September 3 GC * (L. Rispel)

4.0   Matters arising from previous Minutes (L. Rispel)

5.0   Finance committee meeting feedback (L. Rispel & W. Ricciardi)

5.1  What are the matters arising

6.0   Nomination committee report * (M. Moore)

6.1   Request by CPMA

6.2   Request by PHANZ

7.0   2022 Bids selection committee report (M. Lomazzi + M. Giessler)

8.0   Conference reports

8.1   EPH conference (B. Borisch, W. Ricciardi, M. Moore, M. Lomazzi)

8.2   APHA & AASPA meetings (H. Nieto)

9.0   WCPH Rome2020 update (W. Ricciardi)

10.0  Working groups (M. Lomazzi)

10.1  OHWG webinars

11.0  Members (M. Lomazzi)

11.1  New mutual partnership proposal

11.1.1     World Farmers Organisation + In-depth analysis

11.2   World Veterinary Association

11.3    New regionalisation of members

12.0   G suite migration proposal * (S. Buttigieg)

13.0   Vaccination taskforce (M. Lomazzi)

14.0   AOB

Next GC TC @ 1pm CET (save the date!)

  • January 27
  • March 23

For information

  • Speak up: WFPHA has signed the Letter to the Delegates of the United Nations General Assembly: Reject Tobacco Industry Partnerships
  • New articles:
    • Revenue allocation from SSB taxes: Making the case for oral health promotion by G. Bridge, M. Lomazzi, and R. Bedi has been accepted for publication by International Dental Journal
    • A cross country exploratory study to investigate the labelling, energy, carbohydrate and sugar content of formula milk products marketed for infants by G. Bridge, M. Lomazzi, and R. Bedi has been accepted for publication by BDJ
  • The Environmental Health WG is performing an Assessment of National Barriers to Climate Change Adaptation for Public Health and preparing a Call to Ban Coal for Electricity Production


1.1   World Veterinary Association http://www.worldvet.org/

1.2   New regionalisation of members

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