Growing strong in times of crisis – Investing in wellbeing and health equity for young and old

  Gabriella Sutton and Alison Maassen

Our societies have reached their tipping point.  Demographic change, growing inequalities, the climate crisis, COVID-19, and the impacts of the war in Ukraine are all having a negative impact on …

CultureForHealth – How art and culture are contributing to community-based approaches to health promotion and care throughout the life-course

  Lina Papartyte, Dorota Sienkiewicz and Kornelia Kiss

EuroHealthNet recently joined the Advisory Board of the CultureForHealth project (2021 – 2023), which is an EU Preparatory Action – Bottom-Up Policy Development for Culture & Wellbeing in the EU, …

The Andalusian Comprehensive Strategy for Healthy Living: a collaborative process

  Pablo García-Cubillana, Amelia Martín and M. Dolores Fernández

Improving population health and wellbeing is the fundamental goal of the Andalusian Comprehensive Strategy for Healthy Living. With the drafting process currently underway, the voices of citizens and professionals from …

The Welsh Health Equity Status Report initiative: Lessons on COVID-19 impact on inequities

  Mariana Dyakova, Anna Stielke, Abigail Instone and The WHESRi team

The WHO Collaborating Centre (CC) on Investment for Health and Well-being developes and applies intelligence on how to invest to improve health and wellbeing, and reduce inequalities. With Public Health …

The role of the voluntary and community sector in addressing health inequity in Wales

  Alisha Davies, Richard Kyle, Daniel Jones and Alice Willatt

Emerging Drivers of Vulnerability to Health Inequity in the Context of COVID-19:  Perspectives and response from the Voluntary and Community Sector in Wales A new report, funded by Public Health …

Putting quality employment and financial security at the heart of the recovery strategy

  Martin Taulbut, Donna Burnett and Chantal Verdonschot

    Since the beginning of the pandemic, Public Health Scotland has been supporting measures targeting employment and financial security. It stresses that this could help prevent declining health outcomes …

Designing a model of healthcare for migrant agricultural workers

  Giovanni Gorgoni, Marco Marsano, Giuseppe Memola and Ettore Attolini

In Italy’s hot and rural south, migrants are working the land.  Their social, economic, and legal status – coupled with a lack of understanding of and access to the health …