In this presentation, NESRI and the Vermont Worker’s Center summarize the Healthcare Is a Human Right Campaign’s proposals for financing universal healthcare in Vermont, based on the Campaign’s detailed report published in response to the Vermont Governor’s failure to implement the state’s universal healthcare law.
This powerpoint workshop presentation, produced by the United Workers, offers considerations in choosing a point of entry or outreach to potential new members and the basics of canvassing and organizing conversations.
This PowerPoint from explains what canvassing is and walks people through how to canvas.
This PowerPoint explains how to have a one-on-one organizing conversation with someone.
In this 2014 Left Forum presentation, NESRI’s Anja Rudiger sums up the strategic lessons from Vernont’s Healthcare Is a Human Right movement and explains the domino strategy of health care wins across the country.
This presentation describes how the Affordable Care Act fails to meet key human rights principles and outlines steps health advocates can take to move beyond Obamacare.
This presentation sets out the basics for using a human rights approach to develop broad-based campaigns and advocacy initiatives for health care reform, illustrated with examples of lessons learned from Vermont’s Healthcare Is a Human Right Campaign.
This analysis of the new federal health reform law, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, signed into law by President Obama on March 23, 2010, was prepared for a national tele-briefing organized by the Opportunity Agenda on March 31, 2010.
This presentation explains the pioneering effort in Lewis & Clark County, Montana, to establish a local universal health care system based on human rights. It focuses on the first phase of the endeavor, a community needs assessment.
This presentation, prepared for the conference “Health and Human Rights in Connecticut” at the University of Connecticut, April 28, 2011, shows how the human rights framework can be used for health reform advocacy in the United States, with examples from Montana and Vermont.
This presentation outlines the next steps on the road to Green Mountain Care, explains important decisions that must be taken during the transition phase, and shows how to use the human rights principles as guidance in the transition process.
This presentation explores how human rights and public goods interact in health.