Health inequalities and Roma health
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Latest Developments & Opinion
On International Roma Day, as part of the Roma Health Network, EPHA calls for greater involvement of Roma and pro-Roma health groups in national efforts to tackle health and social inequalities
The lack of access to water by Roma in Europe is a major driver of health inequalities
EPHA, as part of the Alliance for Investing in Children, joins calls to strengthen the European Pillar of Social Rights to lift more children out of poverty.
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+
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?
Combatting inequalities in healthcare: a first step towards health equity for Roma
8 April 2021 | 16:00-17:00 CET
Gender-based violence in COVID-19: a double challenge for marginalised groups
8 March 2021
Health inequalities: a challenge for Roma inclusion in Europe
15 October 2020
Roma Environmental Justice Conference
26 March 2020
Health equity and social justice: aligning two policy agendas for a flourishing Europe
17 September 2019
Roma Contribution to a Healthy Europe
12 April 2018
Antigypsyism – combating negative attitudes about Roma in Romania
06 September 2017
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