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9/12/2013

[EPHA’s 20th anniversary] There is no time like the present

While generally speaking, political change in Brussels tends to be tremendously slow, twenty years are a sufficiently long period of time to have witnessed some crucial changes in the continent’s public health sphere. At the time of EPHA’s inception in 1993, Article 129 of the Maastricht Treaty had just equipped the European Commission with a limited but important legal coordinating role in the field of public health with a focus on prevention, health promotion and protection. (...)
12/09/2013

EPHA launches its consultancy services - Public relations, media and events

EPHA is delighted to announce that, for the first time, it is offering its advocacy and European affairs services on a consultancy basis. In addition to its core public health advocacy, EPHA is now offering to share its 20-year long expertise in Brussels to support other organisations who share EPHA’s values in their efforts to advance better health for all at an EU and country level. We can help you navigate the Brussels bubble, build relevant relationships with the health community (...)
6/05/2014

EPHA Meeting Room for rent

The EPHA meeting room is now available to rent to members and non members alike. The fully air conditioned room comes fully serviced with all amenities in an excellent location 5 minutes walk from the European Parliament and Commission. The meeting room can host 20 people around a large table which can also be divided into different. The maximum capacity of the room is 25. Services Broadband internet connection Coffee breaks in spacious kitchen with balcony Air conditioning (...)
28/11/2011

What is EPHA?

EPHA is an international non-profit association registered in Belgium. Our membership is composed of not-for-profit organisations working on all aspects of public health. All of EPHA in 4 pages - EPHA leaflet Who are we? EPHA is a change agent – Europe’s leading NGO advocating for better health. We are a dynamic member-led organisation, made up of public health NGOs, patient groups, health professionals, and disease groups working together to improve health and strengthen (...)
27/11/2011

Where we are

EPHA offices are located on: rue de Trèves 49-51, B-1040 Brussels. The offices are two minutes walking distance from the Maelbeek (line 1A-1B) metro station. Below you will find a high resolution plan of Brussels metro. We are also an easy five minutes walk from the European Parliament and the Gare du Luxembourg. EPHA New Office
27/11/2011

Secretariat Contact Details

For general enquiries please call +32 2 230 30 56 or email epha@epha.org. EPHA fax number is +32 2 233 38 80. The Secretariat is open Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 17:00 except on Belgian bank holidays. How to reach the Secretariat in Brussels
27/11/2011

Support EPHA

How can you support EPHA? Send your contribution, no matter how small, to: European Public Health Alliance Rue de Trèves 49-51 B-1040 Brussels (Belgium) ING Bank Account: 310-071992-47 IBAN: BE22 3100 7199 9247 SWIFT/BIC: BBRUBEBB100 Or contact us by email for more information. What are the other ways to contribute to EPHA? If your organisation is eligible (not-for-profit NGO) and shares our mission statement, join EPHA! Why should you support EPHA? EPHA works hard to fulfill (...)
26/07/2010

Call for tender - specialist legal and tax advice

The European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) has published a call for tender, asking for applicants to submit a quote for services in relation to tax and legal advice between the United Kingdom and Belgium. The services will involve advising EPHA on tax and legal issues in relation to UK company law, Belgian AISBL law, cross-border taxation, charity law and VAT. Interested parties should contact Tania Orobello for further information. Only qualified individuals need apply. The deadline for (...)
28/11/2011

Special Contribution from John Bowis MEP

With his expertise in the field of public health and his commitment as an MEP to bringing public health to the policy agenda, we felt it would be very appropriate to ask John Bowis MEP to contribute to our special edition. 1. As EPHA has been around for fifteen years, do you remember the first time you came in contact with the organisation. How has your connection to the organisation developed throughout your time in Brussels? My first recollection of EPHA was as a new boy in the (...)
2/06/2014

Special Contribution from EPHA President Joanne Vincenten

29 January 2009 - In her capacity as President of EPHA, Joanne Vincenten examines what EPHA has achieved over the years and identifies some key priorities for the future. Joanne Vincenten: Ever since its formation, the European Public Health Alliance has taken on the role of an advocate for the health and well-being of all European citizens. This advocacy work is conducted over the very broad range of topics that public health comprises, with EPHA preparing monthly briefing documents as (...)

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