Working towards better health for all in Europe.
The need for strong European action to tackle the flaws in our health systems and support our health workforce have been highlighted by different countries’ ability to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak as effectively as others.
A fair and equitable allocation of safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines contributes to social and health equity, is an opportunity to reduce long standing social disparities in Europe, and will protect everyone’s health.
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR)
AMR is threatening human and animal health as well as the environment. The consequences of inaction are too grave to contemplate.
Digital health has the power to revolutionise healthcare and tackle health inequalities – done wrong, it could exacerbate social and gender equity issues.
Food Systems & NCD Prevention
Transforming the food system and preventing non-communicable diseases (NCDs) for human well-being and planetary health.
Health inequalities and Roma health
Stand against discrimination, for inclusion and equal opportunities for all to live, work and age in sustainable, healthy environments.
Trade for health
Trade for health, not health for trade! A progressive trade policy that works for the public good is possible and achievable.
Universal access and affordable medicines
We stand for transparency, accountability and the public interest in pharmaceuticals – and better access to better medicines for all.
Dr Milka Sokolović will join EHPA at our new Director-General from 6 April 2021
Results from a survey by EPHA member, the Polish Society for Health Programs show there is hope for the future from efforts in Polish cities to tackle air pollution
HERA should be independent and autonomous with a clear public health mission, EPHA says in its response to the European Commission’s consultation
Landmark agreement for children on #ESFPlus, but still much to do to tackle poverty and social inclusion, child and health NGOs say
EPHA joins calls for more action to tackle poverty and social inclusion, following the landmark agreement on ESF+
A fair and equitable allocation of safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines contributes to social and health equity and is an opportunity to reduce long standing social disparities in Europe.
How can we ensure equal access to COVID-19 vaccines for all in the context of growing health inequities?
The race by governments to develop and procure vaccines to limit the spread of COVID19 has become a major social and economic challenge across the world How can we be sure that the most vulnerable in society will also benefit?