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European Public Health Alliance: Putting citizens' health at the heart of Europe, BUT IN A CLOUD OF RADIATION!
Belgium Created: 22 Feb 2006
European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions’ priorities 2006
This workplan is part of the four-year work programme for 2005-2008, entitled ¨Changing Europe: Better work, bettre life¨.
Within this framework, four issues have been prioritised: employment, work-life balance, industrial relations and partnership, and social cohesion
Access to good quality jobs for all workers will be the central theme for 2006.
As regard to health-related matters in particular, the agency intends to release its report on the fourth European Working Conditions Survey and the Company Survey on Working Time and Work-life balance (one of the items analysed being health and well-being of workers).
Besides, it will carry on work begun in 2005 on "Employment guidance services for people with disability or ill-health".
The agency will also publish a study on employment initiatives for older people, providing examples of what works in the area.
Gender dimension will be further researched in order to have its input for 2007, which is the European Year of Equal Opportunities.

The Foundation is a European Union body aimed to contribute to the planning and design of better living and working conditions in Europe.
Their role is to monitor and understand change, research and explore best practices, share collected experience.
European Public Health Alliance - 39-41 rue d´Arlon, B1000 Brussels, Belgium
phone: +32 2 230 3056 - fax: +32 2 233 3880 - email epha@epha.org
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