A Europe that Champions Well-being: Reframing EU priorities for the next five years
A global paradigm shift is occurring in attitudes towards economic and social progress. From a GDP centred model, a new paradigm now focuses on improving citizen's well-being. All Policies for a Healthy Europe is a multi-stakeholder initiative calling for Europe to be part of that transformation in policy thinking and action.
If you’d like to attend the launch of the All Policies for a Healthy Europe Manifesto to discuss how cross- and inter-sectoral action on health and well-being can be embedded in broader EU strategies for sustainable development and inclusive growth, please get in contact through the link.
Rue Wiertz 60, 1047 Brussels
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Mark Pearson, Deputy Director, Employment, Labour and Social Affairs, OECD
Lieve Wierinck MEP, Member, ITRE Committee, European Parliament
Michal Boni MEP, Member, LIBE Committee, European Parliament
Heidi Hautala MEP, Vice-President, European Parliament
Adina-Ioana Valean MEP, Chair, ENVI Committee, European Parliament
Veli-Mikko Niemi, Director General, International Affairs, Finnish Ministry of Social Affairs and Health
Monika Kosinska, Programme Manager, Governance for Health, WHO Europe
Céline Charveriat, Executive Director, Institute for European Environmental Policy
Belddyn Rees, Deputy Chair, European Connected Health Alliance
Erika Widegren, Chief Executive, Re-Imagine Europa
Freek Spinnewijn, President, European Public Health Alliance
Jennifer Baker, EU Policy Correspondent
17:00 - 17:15 Welcome Remarks
17:15 - 17:50 Panel I – Health, Well-being and Inclusive Growth
17:50 - 18:20 Panel II – The All Policies for a Healthy Europe (AP4HE) Manifesto
18:20 - 19:00 Panel III – Making it happen: political commitment and delivering on the AP4HE manifesto
19:00 - 20:00 Networking reception
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The well-being of EU citizens should be made a priority and an intersectoral approach integrating policy areas such as housing, fighting pollution and digital transformation into health can also help bring about new economic models, MEPs and civil society representatives agree.