Principle X

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Work places and data protection as determinants of health

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What does the EPSR Action Plan say?

The EPSR Action Plan sets out several overarching goals for EU Member States for principle X:

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Where are we now?

The Social Scoreboard measures progress on the principles of the EPSR. Linked to the principle on NAME OF PRINCIPLE, the Scoreboard outlines that in the EU

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What are public health actors doing?

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The following actions taken by public health actors at (sub)national level can support the implementation of EPSR principle X.

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EU tools that help implement Principle X

There are EU policies and instruments that can help relevant actors in the field, including public health, to work together to achieve EPSR Principle X.

More information about the EU institutions and programmes is available on EuroHealthNet's Health Inequalities Portal.




Available resources

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Have your say

Would you like to share promising policies or practices carried out by your public health institute, which support the implementation of this EPSR principle?

Feel free to reach out to our EuroHealthNet colleague Dorota Sienkiewicz via

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EuroHealthNet is the Partnership of public health agencies and organisations building a healthier future for all by addressing the determinants of health and reducing inequalities. Our focus is on preventing disease and promoting good health by looking within and beyond the health system.

Structuring our work over a policy, a practice, and a research platform, we focus on exploring and strengthening the links between these areas.

Our approach focuses on integrated concepts to health, reducing health inequality gaps and gradients, working on determinants across the life course, whilst contributing to the sustainability and wellbeing of people and the planet.

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