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Our mission is to help build healthier communities and tackle health inequalities within and between European States.
EuroHealthNet is a not-for-profit partnership of public bodies working from local to regional, national, and international levels across Europe. It supports members’ work through project development, knowledge exchange, capacity building, policy monitoring, policy development, research, and communications. Read more...

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12 December 2017
EuroHealthNet magazine features the most noteworthy projects and developments in the field of health equity, and health promotion in Europe today. Modern and dynamic responses to public health challenges, explained by those working at the front line....
07 December 2017
As mHealth continues to rapidly develop in Europe it is essential to consider how this development will affect health inequalities. Effort is needed to make sure that the potential advantages benefit as many people as possible, and that existing inequalities are not made worse. As health ministers meet this week to adopt European Council Conclusions on digital health, EuroHealthNet has published...
04 December 2017
There are gender-based differences in life expectancy, healthy life years, health behaviours, mortality, and morbidity risks. This is partly due to the socially constructed roles of men and women, and the relationships between them. These norms influence the health conditions individuals are susceptible to, as well as access to and uptake of health services. EuroHealthNet has examined the impacts...
27 November 2017
EuroHealthNet and ILGA-Europe are organising the Final Conference of the Health4LGBTI pilot project, which was launched in 2016 to increase our understanding of how best to reduce health inequalities experienced by lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and intersex (LGBTI) people, especially those in vulnerable situations. The two half-day Conference will bring together the findings, discussions, and...
24 November 2017
The European Commission has published the Annual Growth Survey (AGS) which outlines the most pressing economic and social priorities for the Union and Member States. EuroHealthNet welcomes the increased focus on actions to tackle inequalities and poverty, to reduce barriers for disadvantaged groups, and to improve accessibility and affordability to quality preventive and curative health care. A...