EUHealthGov started 2023 with its seventh quarterly seminar on 25th January – a roundtable on EU pharmaceutical activity which encompassed challenges from the much-awaited revisions to the EU pharmaceutical strategy and beyond. We were delighted to be joined by a range of experts to consider different aspects, notably solidarity and vulnerability in access to pharmaceuticals; […]
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This blog entry is a repost from The Progressive Post‘s article ‘What role for health promotion in the European Health Union?’ by Charlotte Godziewski, published on the 26 October 2022 as part of the Dossier entitled ‘Moving towards a Healthier Union‘. So far, the European Health Union is largely focused on the necessary task […]
“We send the EU £350 million a week. Let’s fund our NHS instead” proved an effective – if misleading – slogan for the Leave campaign in the 2016 UK referendum on EU membership. While this may simply suggest a “very British” variety of Euroscepticism, its implications arguably prove further-reaching, with learning for other countries (and […]
On 26 August 2022 EUHealthGov held its sixth online seminar. We had the pleasure to host Dr Charlotte Godziewski (City, University of London) to discuss her new book, The Politics of Health Promotion in the European Union. Dr Godziewski gave a short presentation of the book, which explores how institutional structures, background ideas and active […]
Dr Chloé Bérut is a postdoctoral researcher in political science (Research program on risk assessment and uncertainties, Sciences Po). Subsidised by EUHealthGov, Chloé participated in the 2022 annual conference of the University Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES). Below, she summarises the core argument made in her presentation, which addressed the consideration of health inequalities […]
EUHealthGov is delighted to have been involved in this week’s annual conference of the University Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES). We have hosted three panels this year – two taking place at the in-person conference, in Lille, and one at the virtual conference. On Monday afternoon, we gathered for a panel on EU governance […]
On 6 July 2022, EUHealthGov held its fifth online seminar. We had the pleasure to welcome Dorota Sienkiewicz, Senior Policy Coordinator at EuroHealthNet, for a practitioner perspective on the ‘triple-win’ approach for EU public health to combine action on climate, health, and social equity. Ms Sienkiewicz started by introducing EuroHealthNet, the European Partnership for Health, […]
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