Posted on behalf of the Young Canadians Roundtable on Health
This summer, the Young Canadians Roundtable on Health (YCRH) spoke with youth aged 15-30 across the country to gain a deeper understanding of young people’s knowledge of their rights and experiences in accessing health care in Canada.
This work is part of the Health Rights and Responsibilities Project, a partnership with AstraZeneca Canada’s Young Health Program that aims to mobilize and empower young people to advocate for issues impacting their health and wellbeing. The centrepiece of the project, the Health Rights online advocacy campaign, will launch this October – Watch this space!
We're seeking input from Canada’s young people.
At this stage in our project, we hope to reach youth in as many Canadian communities as possible to learn their perspectives on their rights and access to health care.
Please help us learn more by circulating this short survey to the youth in your networks.
Click here to download some pre-drafted posts for sharing on social media.