Its intent was to provide a series of guideposts for health improvement and to enhance Canadians' quality of life, and as such was not intended to provide a detailed means of achieving this. Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion.
According to the Equal Civil Partnerships campaign group, before the introduction of the new law.
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These examples provide a valuable beginning for understanding, conceptualizing and developing a discourse of public health that captures objectives, indicators, targets and strategies that are inclusive of LGBT individuals and communities.
Although increased health risks for some groups "determined by dominant cultural values that contribute to the perpetuation of conditions such as marginalization, stigmatization Below, we provide examples for ensuring that the nine Public Health Goals for Canada address the concerns of gender and sexually diverse people:.
The continuing growth and development of the movement reflects the resilience required to withstand the prejudice, discrimination, and stigma that are still inflicted upon these communities. Figure 2. Thus, we argue that an expansion of public health promotion discourse that would recognize gender and sexually diverse populations, together with a reframing of the SDOH, population health, and Canada's public health goals, would contribute to the development and implementation of more inclusive, diversified public health promotion policies that will benefit LGBT populations and communities — as well as Canada' public health system.