Emerging Opportunities and Challenges in the EHP
We have a pleasure to present you our new brochure “Emerging Opportunities and Challenges in the European Environment and Health Process” that was prepared by Pedro Marques Pinto from EEHYC National Platform in Portugal. Pedro participated on behalf of EEHYC in the Bonn School on Environment and Health, organized by the WHO European Center for Environment and Health in Bonn, and this brochure is one of the outcomes of his participation. The brochure was officially launched during the 9th Meeting of the European Environment and Health Task Force (Germany, 2019). Enjoy your reading!
Youth photo competition The competition aimed to draw the attention of the public, policymakers, and relevant stakeholders to the views of young people on issues related to environment and health in Europe. The competition was organized by the European Environment and Health Youth Coalition in partnership with Women in Europe for a Common Future to coincide with the World Health Organization’s Sixth Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health which took place in Ostrava, the Czech Republic 13 -15 June 2017.
Empowering young environment and health leaders
As a part of preparations for the 6th Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health (13–15 June 2017, Ostrava, Czech Republic), EEHYC has produced a booklet about youth participation in the European Environment and Health process. The booklet offers a short overview of EEHYC development, current structure, partners, involvement in political and decision making process at national and international levels as well as the role that EEHYC plays in various WHO programmes on environment and health. Development of this booklet has been supported by WHO Country Office in Ukraine.