London Health Commission
The London Health Commission works in partnership with agencies across the capital to reduce health inequalities and improve the health and well being of all Londoners.
Fair London, Healthy Londoners?
The Fair London, Healthy Londoners? report shows that health inequalities persist across the capital. It is the first report to provide a local picture based on the recommendations of the Marmot Review of Health Inequalities. Fair London, Healthy Londoners? report (5MB, PDF)
20th September saw over 120 people from our shortlist, sponsors, supporters, and LHC commissioners and partners attend our Awards ceremony where Boris Johnson, Mayor of London and sponsors announce the winners of the 2010 Awards and present them with their trophies.
LHC responds to the DH New Horizons consultation
Programmes past and present
London Works for Better Health programme was launched in 2003 with the aims to: promote healthy employment; reduce health inequalities; and gather and disseminate intelligence on work/health related research and activities.
The London Health Commission has brought together six organisations to form the Well London Alliance. They all have strategic influence and experience of working with local communities.
The London Health Commission was commissioned by NHS London to carry out an impact assessment of their Healthcare for London strategy.
Health Impact Assessment (HIA) is an approach that ensures decision making at all levels considers the potential impacts of decisions on health and health inequalities.
The London Health Commission 2008 awards took part in May 2008 and five winners were announced at City Hall, London.