Statement on the Special session of the WHO Regional Committee for Europe

Leading public health CSOs express their deep concern about the devastating impact of the war in Ukraine on people’s physical and mental health.

European Parliament’s COVID-19 Committee: an opportunity to drive health equity forward

Examining lessons learned and formulating recommendations for the new COVID Committee within the EP.

Good Practices to Tackle Antimicrobial Resistance

New report that aims to raise the profile of AMR on the political agenda and to offer practical solutions.

Health Inequalities: Article Series

Article series on different areas that affect disadvantaged groups.

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Health Inequalities

Stand against discrimination, for inclusion and equal opportunities for all to live, work and age in sustainable, healthy environments.

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We stand for transparency, accountability and the public interest in pharmaceuticals – and better access to better medicines for all.

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Trade for health, not health for trade! A progressive trade policy that works for the public good is possible and achievable.

Global Public Health

AMR is threatening human and animal health as well as the environment. The consequences of inaction are too grave to contemplate.

Digital Transformation

Digital health has the power to revolutionise healthcare and tackle health inequalities – done wrong, it could exacerbate social and gender equity issues.

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Crisis in Ukraine

War is the ultimate enemy of people’s health, where in addition to the loss of lives, injuries, and destruction, the entire public health is at stake. EPHA stands in full solidarity with the people of Ukraine and the wider region affected by the conflict.


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.

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