Health inequalities and Roma health
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Latest Developments & Opinion
Time to re-think our societies and economies – Why we need to prioritise early childhood development
The COVID-19 outbreak revealed true impact of austerity. Health and social support are critical engines for sustainable economic development and social cohesion. Our joint statement on why its time to focus on well-being from early childhood as we rebuild our communitiesread more
EPHA joins calls for more support for Romani and traveller children and their families in COVID-19 responses
EPHA joins calls for more support for Romani and traveller children and their families in COVID-19 responsesread more
Air pollution affects everyone, but not the same way. Dirty air has the potential to exacerbate existing health inequalities, especially for socially disadvantaged groups that are disproportionately exposed to air pollution.read more
The European Public Health Alliance has joined calls from the Roma Education Fund and a number of other organisations to call for the...read more
Advances in digital health must be developed in consultation with health workers, if the benefits are to be felt by everyoneread more
Joint Statement I Without rights for agri-food workers, Europe’s food supplies rest on shaky grounds
Labour conditions in the agri-food sector have been ignored for too long. Joint statement highlights the critical importance of working conditions for food chain workers for ensuring food and nutrition security and food system resilience.read more