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14/10/2011

Presentation of the ENGENDER Project results

Launched in 2009, the ENGENDER Project aimed at countering the current lack of information on actions, policy and programmes aiming at improving gender equity in health. On Tuesday 18th of October 2011, the results of this 3 year Project will be shared during a European Parliament event. The ENGENDER Project is a European Union funded Project aiming at countering the current lack of information on actions, policy and programmes aiming at improving gender equity in health. On Tuesday 18th (...)
20/09/2011

New Action Plan to reduce the harmful use of alcohol adopted by 53 countries in Europe

Representatives from the 53 WHO European Region Member States met at the 61st session of the Regional Committee for Europe and adopted the European Action Plan to reduce the harmful use of alcohol. The WHO EURO Action Plan to reduce the harmful use of alcohol has been discussed and adopted by the WHO European Region during the 61st session of the Regional Committee for Europe that took place in Baku, Azerbaijan. The Action Plan highlights 5 main objectives: to raise awareness on the (...)
20/09/2011

WHO European Region meets in Baku - Overview of the discussions and results

Representatives from the 53 Member States in the WHO European Region meet in Baku, Azerbaijan on the 12-15 September , for their 61st session to discuss the reform of the WHO, the new WHO EURO policy for health, health governance, and several action plans particularly on noncommunicable diseases and alcohol. The Regional Committee sessions represents the annual meetings during which representatives from the 53 Member States in the WHO European Region take decisions for the WHO EURO and (...)
19/03/2012

"The State of Men’s Health in Europe" - a new Commission publication

On 25 August 2011, the European Commission published a new Report entitled "The State of Men’s Health in Europe". The document gathers data from more than 30 European countries on men’s health status, particularities and specific needs related to specific diseases. A summary of this fruitful research is available below. The European Commission recently published a Report entitled "The State of Men’s Health in Europe". Gathering data from the EU27, Norway, Iceland, (...)
2/08/2011

The EU to support the promotion of agricultural products

Against the background of the E-coli crisis, the European Union will spend 37.6 million Euros in the coming 3 years to support Member States in providing information on and promoting agricultural products. The spending and support is divided between 26 programmes in 13 Member States. The total budget for the promotional activities is €75.1 million, of which the EU will contribute €37.6 million (50%). It will mainly cover Protected Designation of Origin (PDOs), Protected (...)
17/06/2011

[EPHAC Press Release] Commissioners Dalli and Cioloş debate the Role of Public Health in the Common Agricultural Policy

***For immediate release*** 17 June 2011, Brussels Commissioners Dalli and Cioloş debate the Role of Public Health in the Common Agricultural Policy Yesterday, the European Public Health and Agriculture Consortium (EPHAC) welcomed the debate on the role of public health in the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) with high level participation by Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development Dacian Cioloş, Commissioner for Health and Consumer Policy John Dalli, Professor Tim (...)
30/06/2011

Bold actions are necessary to make the CAP healthier - agree two Commissioners

On 16 June 2011, the European Public Health and Agriculture Consortium (EPHAC) with the support from the European Public Health Alliance, organised the debate on the role of public health in the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) with high level participation from Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development Dacian Ciolos, Commissioner for Health and Consumer Policy John Dalli. The main conclusions are below. Main conclusions of the meeting The Common Agriculture Policy can clearly (...)
30/06/2011

The European Parliament backs ’strong’ CAP towards 2020 to meet new challenges : food, natural resources and territorial balance of the future

Voted in plenary on 25 June 2011, non-legislative report by German MEP Albert Dess reaffirms agricultural contribution to the objectives of Europe 2020 strategy and the new political challenges such as health along the environment, biodiversity, climate change and security of supply of food. Provisory text of the final report "CAP towards 2020" adopted in plenary can be found here: texts part 3, page 22. Final report will be included upon its formal release by the European Parliament. The (...)
4/06/2011

Agricultural Committee in the European Parliament pushes for fairer and sustainable CAP

The Agriculture and Rural Development Committee of the European Parliament agreed on the basic principles guiding the reform of the EU’s future agricultural policy after 2013. The report pushes for fairer and more ecological agricultural policy, health is included in the prelude to the report, and the unfavourable alcohol-related suggestions were rejected by the Parliamentarians. The report drafted by Albert Dess MEP (EPP, Germany) was hotly debated within all political groups (...)
6/06/2011

European Week Against Cancer 2011: EPHA members get mobilised

The European Week Against Cancer (EWAC) - organised by the European Cancer Leagues Association - aims to raise awareness about cancer prevention, using the European Code Against Cancer. The 2011 edition emphasised the relationship between healthy lifestyles and cancer. Several EPHA members, including the Association of the European Cancer Leagues (ECL), Cancer Research UK and the European Institute of Womens Health were very active during this week. You can find further information about (...)

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