European Public Health Alliance

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[Joint press release] The European Health Community welcomes President-elect Juncker’s decision to ensure the security of all Europeans by regulating health for the public good

October 22th 2014, Brussels – The NGO signatories of this statement wholeheartedly welcome the announcement of the reversal of the decision by President-elect Jean-Claude Juncker to move the competence for pharmaceutical and medical devices to (...)

EPHA profiles of European Commissioners-designate key for public health

Vytenis Andriukaitis - European Commissioner-designate for Health and Food Safety Elżbieta Bieńkowska » European Commissioner-designate for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs Cecilia Malmström » European (...)

[Open Letter] To President-elect Jean-Claude Juncker on move of medicinal products and health technologies to the portfolio of the Commissioner for internal market and industry

Brussels, 16 September 2014 - We are writing to express our astonishment and concern regarding your decision to move the competence for medicinal products and health technologies from the Commissioner in charge of Health to the Commissioner in charge (...)

[Press release] Health actors urge new European leaders to renew efforts to tackle public health challenges

Brussels, 5 September – Over the last two days, the European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) held its two-day annual conference entitled “Tectonic tensions – wealthy Europe’s fear of commitment”. The event brought together (...)

Public consultation on Revision of European Commission’s Impact Assessment guidelines

EPHA welcomes the Commission’s revision of the guidelines on Impact Assessment (IA) and the opportunity to (...)...
Updated on 17/10/2014

Consultation on Commission’s Stakeholder Consultation Guidelines

EPHA welcomes the Commission’s publication of comprehensive consultation guidelines. Smart regulation should (...)...
Updated on 23/10/2014

New European Parliament and Gender Equality post-2015: taking stock of progress made, where’s health?

The European Parliament Committee on Gender Equality (FEMM Committee) has started making post-2015 plans for a new (...)...
Updated on 17/10/2014

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