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HEPA Europe (European network for the promotion of health-enhancing physical activity) is a network of professionals promoting better health through physical activity among all people in the WHO European Region. HEPA strengthens and supports efforts to increase participation and improve the conditions for healthy lifestyles.More info
EuroHealthNet is a network of non-profit organisations, agencies and statutory bodies working to promote health and equity by addressing factors that influence health directly or indirectly. They support their members’ work in EU and associated states through policy and project development, networking and communications. They offer advice and information for policy makers, promote good practices and innovations, and seek to practice ethical and sustainable methods to achieve the aims and objectives set by our members and partners.More info
The Assembly of European Regions (AER) is the largest independent network of regional authorities in Europe, bringing together over 250 regions from 35 countries and 16 interregional organisations. Established in 1985, AER is a forum for interregional co-operation and a lobbyist for regional interests on the European stage. AER’s policies are driven by a Presidium and Bureau consisting of regional presidents and high-level politicians.More info
The Association of European Border Regions (AEBR) works on behalf of the European border and cross-border regions with the aim to highlight their special problems, opportunities, responsibilities and activities; represent their common interests vis-à-vis national and international parliaments, bodies, authorities and institutions; initiate, support and coordinate cooperation between the regions throughout Europe; promote exchanges of experience and information with a view to identifying and coordinating common interests among the diverse range of cross-border problems and opportunities, and to propose possible solutions.More info
ERRIN, European Regions Research and Innovation Network, is a dynamic network of more than 90 EU regions and their Brussels-based offices. ERRIN facilitates knowledge exchange, joint action and project partnerships with the aim to strengthen its member region’s research and innovation capacities and enhance their success in EU programs. ERRIN also aspires to influence EU policies in order to make them respond better to the needs of European regions and, to this end, engages in debate with EU institutions and participates in EU policy consultations.More info
WHO is the authority responsible for public health within the United Nations. The WHO Regional Office for Europe (WHO/Europe) is one of WHO’s six regional offices around the world.
It serves the WHO European Region, which comprises 53 countries, covering a vast geographical region from the Atlantic to the Pacific oceans. WHO/Europe collaborates with a range of public health stakeholders in the Region and globally, to ensure that coordinated action is taken to develop and implement efficient health policies and to strengthen health systems.
The Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) research network is an international alliance of researchers that collaborate on the cross-national survey of school students: Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC). The HBSC collects data every four years on 11-, 13- and 15-year-old boys’ and girls’ health and well-being, social environments and health behaviours. These years mark a period of increased autonomy that can influence how their health and health-related behaviours develop.More info