Earlier in the year, the Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector, under the provision of Interreg Italia-Malta ENISIE project announced that they will be implementing a number of free professional services to Voluntary Organisations. At MHREC we did not hesitate to register for the various info sessions as it is very important that as anContinue reading “MHREC Learns: MCVS Enisie Training”
Welcome back to our Running4Rights week! Today we will be discussing misconceptions surrounding the right to health: The guarantee to good health The right to health must not be confused with the right to be healthy, as the State cannot guarantee good health. Health is influenced by factors such as an individual’s DNA, and thereforeContinue reading “Misconceptions about the Right to health”
Welcome back to Running4Rights week! Today we will be tackling racism within sports. Unfortunately racism and racial discrimination continues to be present in every day life including in sports. The European Commission Against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI)’s General Policy Recommendation No. 12 seeks to help Council of Europe Member States to combat racism as wellContinue reading “Racism & Sports”
Welcome back to Running4Rights week ! As we mentioned, the right to health is an inclusive right, this means that there are several factors that contribute to leading healthy lives. Health facilities, goods and services must be: accessible i.e. affordable, within physical reach non-discriminative; available in sufficient quantity for the population to avail of it; acceptableContinue reading “Right to Health”
Over the last decades, physical activity, more specifically sports, has become very competitive at national and international levels. Athletes who rank highest in their countries often participate in international competitions. What about refugees and sports competitions? Are there opportunities for refugees to participate in sports at a high level? Taking the Olympics as an example,Continue reading “Represent! Refugees teams in Sports”
The Running4Rights week continues! Check out a collection of articles and guides for a better understanding of links between human rights, physical activity and health Don’t forget that you can run/walk/cycle/swim at your own pace for Running4Rights, wherever, whenever you want between the 1st and 8th May 2022. Please do sign up here. Check inContinue reading “Brain Food”
This week MHREC is holding its Running4Rights event! You can run/walk/cycle/swim at your own pace, wherever, whenever you want between the 1st and 8th May 2022. Please do sign up here. With this in mind, over the next few days we will be sharing information on Human Rights, Health and Physical Activity to showcase justContinue reading “Human Rights, Health and Physical Activity”
Loss of biodiversity, climate change, extinction of species, pollution and the overall degradation of the earth´s ecosystems have a profound global impact on the enjoyment of human rights and require the widest possible cooperation by all. Earth Day is an annual event on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection. First held in 1970 in theContinue reading “Earth Day”
Check out our educational post collections to highlight the importance of human rights, health and physical education:
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