All Policies for a Healthy Europe – Improving citizen’s well-being

New ways of defining economic and societal goals are emerging. The old GDP-centric model is giving way to approaches that place human and environmental well-being at the heart of government policy. The Sustainable Development Goals are a crucial example of this, as is the growing emphasis on the need to ensure ‘inclusive growth’ and reduced inequalities. If the EU is to respond to the needs and concerns of its citizens, it is vital that the new European institutions should embrace the paradigm shift. Citizens’ well-being must be at the centre of EU policies.

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In Memoriam - Hildegunt Schütt

The relatives' movement in Germany mourns Hildegunt Schütt, who died on November 1, 2021, at the age of 95 in Bonn. Ms Schütt, who actually studied music and later worked in nursing, first came ...

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The Value of Caring Survey - Findings...

EUFAMI and the Department of Health Policy of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) are pleased to inform that the 2-year research study on the Value of Caring is completed and...

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Listen to my thoughts - by Mahdia Hos...

"We all have to face difficulties at some point in our lives. In these situations we normally turn to family and friends and the help we can usually offer to someone whose mental health has been co...

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