Advocacy Newsletter

ISN Advocacy Newsletter – Bridging the Gaps – November 2021

Bridging the Gaps: Highlighting ISN Advocacy Initiatives and Partnerships to Activate Change and Support Kidney Patients Welcome members and allies to Bridging the Gaps, the ISN’s quarterly update on how we are advocating and collaborating with patients and partners to address the global burden of kidney disease. As we continue to battle against the existential...

ISN Advocacy Newsletter – Bridging the Gaps – July 2021

Bridging the Gaps: ISN Advocacy In Action to Advance Kidney Health Welcome members and allies to the third edition of Bridging the Gaps, the ISN’s quarterly update on how we are advocating and collaborating with partners to tackle the global burden of kidney disease. Despite the ongoing workplace challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, a huge...

Next Edition of Bridging the Gaps Coming Soon

Look out for the third edition of ISN’s advocacy newsletter in your inbox. The upcoming edition of Bridging the Gaps is packed with updates on ISN’s advocacy initiatives and its role in helping to reduce the global burden of kidney diseases, including ISN's participation at: The 74th World Health Assembly The European Kidney Forum The Third Annual Global...

ISN Advocacy Newsletter – Bridging the Gaps – April 2021

Bridging the Gaps - Our Quarterly Advocacy Newsletter showcasing the ISN in action: from speaking at the WHO Executive Board, The Global Kidney Policy Forum, WKD 2021 to Securing Priority COVID-19 Vaccines for Dialysis Patients and more Welcome, members and allies, to the second edition of Bridging the Gaps, the ISN’s quarterly update on how...

Bridging the Gaps: Your New, ISN Advocacy Quarterly Newsletter – January 2021

BRIDGING THE GAPS: ISN ADVOCACY TACKLES THE GLOBAL BURDEN OF KIDNEY DISEASE Welcome, members and allies, to the inaugural edition of Bridging the Gaps, the ISN’s quarterly update on how we’re advocating and collaborating with partners to tackle the global burden of kidney disease. As you know, about 850 million people worldwide have some sort of...