Sharing means caring for all. Health is the same for everyone.

A moment of reflection to underline the interconnection between Good Health (Goal 3) and the other goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, with a particular focus on Reduced Inequalities (Goal 10), Improved Nutrition (Goal 2), Quality Education (Goal 4) and Sustainable Cities (Goal 11).

An introductory speech by the OECD will outline and explore, at an international and scientific level, the need to intervene systematically and globally on various social factors such as education, nutrition and living conditions to improve the health situation of all citizens, not only in the phase of access and provision of healthcare, but also and above all in the phase of prevention and exposure.

The topic will then be addressed at a national level with a focus on the correlation between health loss and social causes, highlighting how social status influences the condition of the sick, also determining the outcomes of the disease.

The event will conclude with a debate between the Minister of Health Roberto Speranza and Unipol Group CEO Carlo Cimbri.


Romina Boarini
Director of the OECD Centre for Well-Being, Inclusion, Sustainability and Equal Opportunity (WISE)
Carlo Cimbri
Group CEO Unipol
Giuseppe Costa
Professor of Public Health, Department of Clinical and Biological Sciences, University of Turin; Director of SCaDU Servizio di Epidemiologia di riferimento regionale, ASL TO3 Piedmont
Marisa Parmigiani
Head of Sustainability Unipol
Roberto Speranza
Minister of Health