European Public Health Alliance

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European Commission revised Investor Arbitration proposal still shows bias and lack of transparency

Brussels, 12 November 2015. Public health groups, including EPHA, EHN and EASL [1] consider that the proposed changes to investor arbitration in TTIP are insufficient to stop companies attacking governments on public health laws, such as those for (...)

Striking the balance: Protecting Health, Protecting Investments

EPHA position on Investment Protection in TTIP and Trade Agreements Response to the European Commission proposal for an Investment Court System to replace Investor-to-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) Striking the balance: Protecting Health, Protecting (...)

[Open Letter] Call for a legislative limit for the amount of industrially produced TFAs in foods

For the first time, industry, health and consumer organisations come together to address an open letter to European Commissioners about the health effects of trans fats from partially hydrogenated oils. #TFAfreeEU OPEN LETTER To: First Vice-President (...)

Is Europe food secure?

Food security is a major public health concern. While usually framed as a ’developing countries’ issue only, it is high time to start looking at the European situation as well. From the environmental and agronomic perspectives, Europe may (...)

[Event announcement] Pharma Pollution: An Ignored Cause of Antimicrobial Resistance

REGISTER NOW Join EPHA, Health Care Without Harm, and MEP hosts Martin Hausling (Greens/EFA) and Jasenko (...)...
Updated on 27/11/2015

[Event announcement] Exploring The Migration-Development Nexus: Global Health Aspects Of The Implementation Of The WHO Code Of Practice

9th December | Residence Palace | Brussels We would like to invite you to a debate on policy coherence for (...)...
Updated on 27/11/2015

Joint pro-Roma civil society contribution to the public consultation on access to health services in the EU

The European Commission and the Expert Panel on Effective Ways of Investing in Health (EXPH) have launched a public (...)...
Updated on 21/11/2015

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