EUREGHA’S position on the Future of Health in Europe beyond 2020

Periscope workshops on holistic policy guidance: reflection from participants

On 18 and 24 June, the PERISCOPE project opened its doors to health authorities and policymakers through two co-creation workshops in the framework of the Working Group on Holistic Policy Guidance for Resilience and Sustainability. Through a broad discussion with...

The Central European Service for Cross-border Initiatives (CESCI) joined EUREGHA

We are pleased to announce that the Central European Service for Cross-border Initiatives (CESCI) joined EUREGHA as an associate member. CESCI is an association which facilitates cross-border cooperation around Hungary. CESCI is engaged in research (border studies),...

Recovery from COVID-19 – Driving Healthcare Resilience in the EU

Ahead of tomorrow’s Council meeting, EUREGHA and COCIR are calling on the 27 Finance and Economy Ministers to swiftly adopt the submitted national recovery plans. The recent crisis has highlighted the importance of robust and resilient healthcare systems for the...

EUREGHA has endorsed ECL’s statement “Priorities for Eliminating Cervical Cancer as a Public Health Problem in Europe”

Following the first-ever global effort to accelerate the elimination of a specific cancer type, launched by the WHO on September 2020, and the launch of the Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan, the Association of European Cancer League (ECL) has recently published a Joint...

IRGHW meeting “The Fight Against Cancer: A Challenge for the European Health Union”

The CoR Interregional Group on Health and Well-being (IRGHW) held a meeting on 16 June. The event was set to discuss some critical issues related to Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan and exchange opinions between the European institutions and stakeholders on the fight...

EUREGHA is the reference network for European Regional and Local Health Authorities. We bring together a critical mass of knowledge and expertise and encourage diversity with the purpose of helping our members to improve the efficiency and quality of health systems and services in Europe.

Our key values


By bringing regional and local health authorities together across Europe, the network offers a unique variety of experiences.


EUREGHA strives to involve as many regional and local health authorities as possible. The pro-activity of EUREGHA constitutes the primary resource of the network.


The sharing of information, knowledge and opportunities among all EUREGHA members is at the core of EUREGHA activities.


By promoting cross-border and trans-regional partnerships as a means to improve health policies, EUREGHA aims to encourage the creation of new partnerships between members and relevant stakeholders.


Due to the disparity of resources available to regional and local health authorities in relation to their socio-economic characteristics, EUREGHA seeks to engage the most disadvantaged areas, and advocates to reducing health inequalities within and between European countries.













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