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The theme of the conference is ‘Health and well-being for all: celebrating 35 years of the Healthy Cities movement’. The conference will cover a wide range of topics, including:
– Thriving together: navigating health in the well-being economy
– One Health, one future: moving towards planetary well-being
– Leaving no one behind: advancing health in a digital era
– Power of cities: delivering an inclusive mental health agenda
– Urban futures: co-creating sustainable places for all generations
– Learning from experience: fostering resilient cities in the face of emergencies
To participate, submit your abstracts by 28 June 2023!
For more information about the conference and abstract submission guidelines,
visit the conference website.
We are delighted to welcome you to the 2023 WHO European Healthy Cities Annual Business Meeting and Technical Conference hosted by the city of Utrecht from 21-23 November. This year’s theme is – Health and Well-being for All, Celebrating 35 years of the Healthy Cities movement.
As we look back on the past 35 years, we are proud of all that we have accomplished together. We have built a strong network of committed individuals and organizations who are passionate about creating healthier communities. Over the course of the conferences, we will be exploring a wide range of topics around the Healthy City movement, including the latest trends, cutting-edge research, and innovative ideas presented by the cities of Healthy Cities network.
The theme and subthemes of the 2023 WHO European Healthy Cities Annual Business Meeting and Technical Conference build on the Copenhagen Consensus of Mayors from 2018. We have developed innovative strategies and tools that have been adopted around the world. And most importantly, we have improved the health and well-being of millions of people across Europe.
The WHO European Healthy Cities Network was launched in 1988 as a political, crosscutting and intersectoral initiative and movement that directly collaborates with cities across the WHO European Region. It is a crucial platform for bringing about change and achieving improved health, well-being and equitable and sustainable development in cities across the Region and globally.