NO MATTER THE LOCATION
NO MATTER THE SETTING
HealthCARE should be accessible to all
  • 9 August, 2019
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  • ICN is celebrating its 120th anniversary this year! Explore ICN's history with our new timeline and hear the stories from the past come alive!

Our 2018 aim

Nurses are essential in transforming health care and health systems such that no person is left behind, without access to care or impoverished because of their need for health care.

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Health is a human right

The right to the highest attainable standard of health is recognised in the constitution of many countries and numerous binding international human rights treaties.

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Case Studies

Here you will find nurse-led initiatives that push the boundaries and showcase the abilities, skills and knowledge of the nursing profession across the globe.

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Resources

Becoming a voice to lead means talking to governments, community leaders, policy makers and investors. Here you will find everything you need to campaign for access to heath and universal health coverage, and to provide the evidence you need to convince others that health is a human right. Use our resource and evidence pack, our video, our posters, or our social media banners to spread the word and use your voice to lead!

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ICN Voice to Lead
ICN
9 August, 2019

ICN is celebrating its 120th anniversary this year! Explore ICN's history with our new timeline and hear the stories from the past come alive!

ICN Voice to Lead
ICN
26 July, 2019

ICN and other members of the World Health Professions Alliance raise concerns about involvement of non-state actors in WHO Governing bodies' processes. Read full below:

ICN Voice to Lead
ICN
18 July, 2019

The International Council of Nurses (ICN) stands in solidarity with the nurses, other health workers and population of the Democratic Republic of Congo against the outbreak of Ebola which has been declared an international public health emergency by the World Health Organization (WHO). According to WHO, the disease has taken the lives of 1,650 people in the DRC. ICN’s President, Annette Kennedy, said “Nurses are at the frontlines of the Ebola outbreak , putting their lives at risk to care for others. ICN supports WHO’s call for international funding to stop this outbreak and protect the health workers, families and communities caring for those who are suffering.“

ICN Voice to Lead
ICN
4 July, 2019
ICN - International Council of Nurses updated their cover photo.