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Community Action on Adolescents and injury Risk
European Situation Analysis, Strategy Plan and Community Actions


The following articles and the brochure (in english, italian, french, spanish and hungarian) are available to download:

  • Special EuroBarometer: Attitudes towards alcohol
    One of today's major life-style related health determinants is alcohol. Europe is the continent where per capita alcohol consumption is the highest in the world. In established market economies such as the EU Member States the burden of disease and injury attributable to alcohol is estimated to be situated between 8 and 10% · read
  • EC Communication and Council Recommendation for Injuries (2006)
    The major directions for the injury related actions under the Public Health Programme are now being provided by the Communication on 'Actions for a Safer Europe' that the Commission has adopted in May 2006. Following this a Communication in the form of a draft Council Recommendation has been sent to the College of Commissioners for endorsement and released to Member States' governments · read
  • Council reference document on "Young driver risks and effective counter measures" (2006)
    This document outlines the key findings of the Joint OECD/ECMT Transport Research Centre's (JTRC) current research project on Young Driver Risks and Effective Countermeasures · read
  • Regional Committee Resolution on a European strategy for child and adolescent health and development; including injury (2005)
    WHO European strategy for child and adolescent health · read
  • Regional Committee Resolution on Prevention of injuries in the WHO European Region (2005)
    WHO Regional Committe for Europe, 55th session (Bucharest, Romania, 12-15 September 2005): Injuries in the WHO European Region: Burden, challenges and policy response · read
  • WHO Europe Fact sheet EURO/06/05 on The health of children and adolescents in Europe (2005)
    In general, children living in the WHO European Region today benefit from better nutrition, health and development than ever before, but there are still striking inequalities between and within the countries of the Region · read
  • Regional Committee Resolution on Children's Environment and Health Action Plan for Europe (2004)
    At the Fourth Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health (Budapest, June 25-27, 2004) which brought together health ministers and environment ministers, intergovernmental organisations and civil society organisations, the Conference Declaration was signed and endorsed by 52 Member States in Europe. Priority goal 2 is to reduce injuries · read
  • World Health Assembly and United Nations Resolution on violence and health (2003)
    The fifty-sixth World Health Assembly (WHA 56.24, May 28, 2003) implemented the recommendations of the World report on violence and health · read

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