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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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08 March 2018
This year’s celebration of International Women’s Day coincides with European Parliament discussions on a proposed Directive on Work-Life Balance for Parents and Carers. This represents an important opportunity for the European Union to take action in favour of gender equality and health. The...
07 March 2018
Good health and wellbeing is a precursor to cohesion, stability, and economic growth; it is inseparable from social and economic conditions. This is the central argument of EuroHealthNet’s three responses to consultations on the next EU long-term budget which were submitted today. So far the EU has facilitated progress in Member States and regions which could not have been achieved otherwise. In...
02 March 2018
Those who experience social and economic disadvantage are more likely to be in poor health and have shorter lives than more advantaged peers. Full analysis of the risk factors for and trends in health inequalities is complex and requires comprehensive and comparable health and social data. When national and regional authorities have such data which can be disaggregated by socio-economic status,...
02 February 2018
A training package for Health Professionals on how to reduce health Inequalities for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBTI) people has been launched by the ...
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...