Health inequalities and Roma health
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Latest Developments & Opinion
Joint response to the European Commission consultation on the European Child Guarantee
A new briefing makes the case for a new approach to tackling anti-gypsyism and improving Ronma health in Slovakia
As part of the tobacco industry watchdog STOP, EPHA calls on the EU to protect public health policy from the commercial and vested interests of the tobacco industry in trade agreements
EPHA calls for a full revision of the EU promotion policy for agricultural products, to align with the EU Farm to Fork Strategy and the EU Beating Cancer Plan in response to EU public consultation.
Ensure a high level of health protection, especially for children and young people in upcoming digital services legislation, says EPHA
In its response to the European Commission’s open public consultation on the Digital Services Package, EPHA calls for high levels of health protection, especially for children and young people
The first thousand days of a child’s life are vital for their optimal physical and mental development, and to ensure they achieve their full potential. New recommendations from EPHA, the International Step-by-Step Association, the Romani Early Years Network the Institute for Development Policies (Romania) and Skola dokoran (Wide Open School-Slovakia) aim to address the inequalities faced by vulnerable Roma children to ensure everyone gets the good start in life they need.