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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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06 December 2019
EuroHealthNet Magazine covers interesting and important projects and developments in the field of healthy equity, public health, and health promotion from within the EuroHealthNet Partnership and beyond.  This 14th edition features articles about mental health care for migrants, nutrition labels to facilitate healthy eating, financing of health promoting services, and improving wellbeing through...
06 December 2019
        “Make Us Advisory Partners to Boost InvestEU’s Social Impact” says Steering Board for Social Infrastructure On 4th December, the Steering Board for Social Infrastructure and Mr Alfred Sant MEP co-organised the European Parliament event “InvestEU & the Economy of Well-being: making the most of local know-how”. With over 130 participants, the Steering Board for Social Infrastructure...
21 October 2019
There continue to be big differences in health outcomes between groups of people and between countries in the European Union. To address these inequalities and to improve health for all, we need a new narrative on economic and fiscal policy. A process-focused, holistic approach is now needed, one which incorporates social sustainability and health equity. The European Council Conclusions on the...
19 September 2019
The ‘economy of wellbeing’, currently a priority at the highest levels of European decision-making, is being discussed in Finland today. It is a policy orientation and a governance approach which aims to put people and their wellbeing at the centre of policy- and decision-making. This prioritisation is an opportunity for much-needed investment in both European economies and the people that drive...
09 September 2019
Published today: Policy Précis on digital health literacy and response to Digital Europe programme The effective and equitable digital transformation of health systems could have many benefits. People who are digitally health literate – those that can gain and use knowledge from electronic sources to solve a health problem – are more able to manage personal health and care issues. Better...