Global and international factors have provided a rationale for public health partnerships and have yielded important lessons for partnership working. Three key aspects are considered in this chapter. First are the global aspects of partnership, including initiatives undertaken by bodies such as the World Health Organization (WHO), and the processes that link global institutions and organizations. Second are the activities of European bodies, such as European Union (EU) institutions and the WHO European Regional Office. Third are the experiences of particular countries in establishing and developing partnership arrangements.
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