Documentation

Conference documents

Declaration of the Sixth Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health

Annex 1. Compendium of possible actions to  advance the implementation of the Ostrava Declaration

Annex 2. Institutional arrangements for the European Environment and Health Process


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Meeting documents

Provisional list of documents

Conference briefing

Scope and purpose

Provisional agenda

Provisional programme

Provisional list of participants

Programme of the Informal European Ministerial Consultation for the 2017 Environment Assembly (UNEA-3)


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Background documents

Environment and health in Europe: status and perspectives

Fact sheets on environment and health priorities


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Information documents

Environment and health for the European cities in the 21st century: making a difference

Public Health Panorama
Volume 3, Issue 2, June 2017

The New Urban Agenda
(adopted at the 71st Session of the UN General Assembly, 23 December 2016)

Batumi Declaration (PDF, 121 KB)

Mid-term Progress report on the European Environment and Health Process

The future we want
A/RES/66/288; adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 27 July 2012

Health 2020 – the European policy for health and well-being

Parma Declaration on Environment and Health


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Statements of countries and partners during plenary session

Ostrava Youth Declaration 2017

Statement of Dr António Marques Pinto, EEHYC Executive Board

Statement of Andrei Cazacu,  SEEHN

Statement of Peter Keulers, Deputy Head of Mission,  Embassy of The Netherlands in Prague

Statement of Dr Axel Vorwerk, Deputy Director General, German Ministry of Environment,  Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety

Statement of Georgia, Professor Amiran Gamkrelidze

Statement of  Mr Miroslav Ludvik,  Minister of Health, Czech Republic

Statement of  Mr Markus Alexander Antonietti, Swiss Ambassador to the Czech Republic

Statement Mr Václav Kolaja, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic

Statement of the WHO European Healthy Cities Network and WHO Regions for Health Network presented at the Sixth Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health

Statement of Mr Richard Brabec, Minister of the Environment of the Czech Republic


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Presentations

Session 2

Planetary Health in the Anthropocene Epoch
By Prof. Andy Haines,  London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Здоровье планеты в эпоху антропоцена
By Prof. Andy Haines,  London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Session 3

Finishing the unfinished business
By  Dr Srđan Matić, WHO/Europe

Session 4

Better Health. Better Environments. Sustainable Choices – Moravian-Silesian Region
By Prof. Ivo Vondrak, Governor of the Moravian-Silesian Region

Улучшение здоровья. Улучшение экологии. Выбор в пользу устойчивых решений – Регион Моравии и Силезии
By Prof. Ivo Vondrak, Governor of the Moravian-Silesian Region

Session 5

Improving environment, health and well-being by engaging citizens
By Dr Piroska Östlin, Director

Улучшение состояния окружающей среды, здоровья и благополучия путем вовлечения граждан в этот процесс
By Dr Piroska Östlin, Director

Session 6

Title Are we at a turning point for Global Health and the Environment?
By Dr Maria Neira Director, Department of Public Health, Environmental and Social Determinants of Health

Session 7

Health Care Without Harm (HCWH) Europe
By Anja Leetz, Executive Director

Здравоохранение без вреда (HCWH), Европа
By Anja Leetz, Executive Director

Session 8

Outcome documents of the Sixth Ministerial Conference on Environment and health
By Robert Thaler, Chair of the European Environment and Health Task Force

Итоговые документы Шестой министерской конференции по окружающей среде и охране здоровья
By Robert Thaler, Chair of the European Environment and Health Task Force

Regional Project Slezsko/Silesia 1991 – 1997 ….. after 20 years
By Lukáš Ženatý and Helena Čížková

Региональный проект Slezsko (Силезия) 1991–1997 гг. …20 лет спустя
By Lukáš Ženatý and  Helena Čížková


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