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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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17 April 2019
A new approach to health inequalities research for better policy and practice began this month with the full launch of CHAIN - The Centre for Global Health Inequalities. CHAIN, based at the Norwegian Centre for Science and Technology (NTNU), will become the world-leading centre and research network for the international study of global health inequalities. The centre will monitor health...
19 March 2019
This news release is also available in Italian, French or German. Why and how Europe’s food systems need to change What can be done to prepare Europe’s food systems for the future? In a...
14 March 2019
EuroHealthNet, a leading European partnership of national and regional agencies for improving health equity and wellbeing, has advised ministers meeting on 15 March in the EU Employment, Social Policy, Health & Consumer Affairs Council (EPSCO) to act on important evidence in the annual country reports of the European Semester ‘Winter Package’. In a...
01 March 2019
In a step towards ensuring that the development of digital health leaves no one behind and benefits the most vulnerable, EuroHealthNet and the Portuguese Directorate-General of Health have drawn conclusions on how national public health bodies can strengthen digital health literacy following an expert meeting. The growth of digital health is rapid and unstoppable. It brings many advantages, but...
31 January 2019
The European Commission has published a reflection paper on how to achieve ‘a more sustainable Europe by 2030’. This paper is welcome as urgent action on sustainability is needed to protect the health of both people and the planet. However, the much delayed paper indicates that actions to deliver sustainability have been too slow...