EU social security coordination – statistical report

Statistical reports on social security coordination The EU rules on social security coordination protect the social security rights of mobile citizens. The latest statistical reports on social security coordination have now been published. These reports provide an overview of the data provided by Member States on the functioning of these rules. Free movement of persons…

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EIWH Statement to EU Beating Cancer – 04/02/2020

European Institute of Women’s Health: Statement on: EU Beating Cancer 04/02/2020 Cancer is Europe’s second leading cause of death. After cardiovascular diseases, accounting for 26% of all deaths in 2013. More than 1.3 million people died of cancer in 2013 across all EU Member States The growing cancer incidence in Europe is a major public…

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“Economy of Wellbeing” – Event at EU Parliament

PRESS RELEASE 06 November 2019 – For Immediate Release The European Institute of Women’s Health (EIWH) hosts:  ‘Economy of Wellbeing: Healthy Women – Healthy Europe’ A call for Action for Women’s Health at European Parliament. 06 November 2019: Today, the European Institute of Women’s Health (EIWH) and Sirpa Pietikäinen, Member of the European Parliament (MEP)…

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EU Manifesto for Women’s Health

INVITATION EU Manifesto for Women’s Health European Parliament Launch Hosted by Ms.Deidre Clune, MEP in partnership with the European Institute of Women’s Health   Healthy Women — Healthy Europe 10th OCTOBER 2018 10:30AM – 12:30PM ROOM A3F383 European Parliament, Brussels To register for the event, please send: Your name, title, passport number, passport country and…

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Eurohealth Conference and Programme: Right from the Start!

  Right from the Start Right from the Start:   Promoting a Life-Course Approach to Gender Equity in Health European Institute of Women’s Health 21st Anniversary Expert Conference, European Economic and Social Committee, Brussels, Belgium, 4-5th December 2017 About the EIWH Founded in 1996, the European Institute of Women’s Health (EIWH) is a non-governmental organisation…

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Evidence for comprehensive strategies tackling chronic diseases

The Joint Action CHRODIS (JA-CHRODIS) provides evidence to build comprehensive strategies to tackle diabetes and chronic diseases JA-Chrodis has launched a policy brief for World Health Day to help identify key enablers and barriers to developing implementing and sustaining National Diabetes Plans (NDPS) in Europe. The policy brief aims to support countries’ efforts to build…

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Cooperating with EU Institutions and Agencies: The EMA

Our cooperation with EU institutions and agencies: The EMA European Medicines Agency (EMA) The EIWH is a member of the Patient and Consumer Working Party of the European Medicines Agency (EMA). This group provides recommendations to EMA human scientific committees on all matters of interest to patients in relation to medicinal products. The European Medicines…

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