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To achieve the objectives of CO-CREATE we have on board a solid team of partner institutions, personnel and advisers, all with leading expertise within their respective fields.

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To achieve the objectives of CO-CREATE we have on board a solid team of partner institutions, personnel and advisers, all with leading expertise within their respective fields.


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Advisors

Wolfgang Ahrens, Leibniz-Institut für Präventionsforschung und Epidemiologie – BIPS, Germany

João Breda, World Health Organization Europe, Denmark

Diane Finegood, Simon Fraser University - Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, Canada

Corinna Hawkes, City University of London, UK

Bruce Y. Lee, City University of New York (CUNY), USA

Jim Sallis, University of California San Diego, USA

Franco Sassi, Imperial College London, UK

BEUC, The European Consumer Organisation, Belgium

Dejan Bojanic, Save the children youth, Sweden

 

Partner institutions

 

 

Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) is the coordinator of the CO-CREATE project. Management related tasks are organised in WP-1. Furthermore, the institute leads the work on obesity rates and energy balance related behaviour in WP-3 and research ethics in WP-10.

 

 
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University of Amsterdam (UvA) represented by Amsterdam institute for Social Science Research (AISSR), is leading the work on the Youth Alliances for overweight prevention policies organised in WP-5. They are also responsible for managing the project activities including research participants in the Netherlands in WP-4 and WP-6.

 

 
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University of Oslo (UoO) represented by the Faculty of Medicine’s Department of Nutrition is leading the work on evaluation of policy interventions and methodology organised in WP-7, in close cooperation with University of Bergen. They are also responsible for managing the project activities including research participants in Norway for WP-4, WP-5 and WP-6.

 

 
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World Obesity Federation (WOF) is the leader of the project work on dissemination and communication organised in WP-9. They will also provide a plan for further use of the results of the projects.

 

 

 
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London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) is leading the work on obesity system mapping organised in WP-4. They are also responsible for managing the project activities including research participants in the UK in WP-5 and WP-6.

 

 
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University of Cape Town (UCT) is responsible for managing the WP-4 activities in South Africa with research participants. They will also provide expertize for WP-2 and WP-3 for implemented policies and obesity related data from African countries.

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Centre for Studies and Research in Social and Dynamics and Health (CEIDSS) are responsible for managing the project activities including research participants in Portugal for WP-4, WP-5 and WP-6.

 

 

 
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World Cancer Research Fund International (WCRF) is leading the work on policy assessment and monitoring organised in WP-2.

 

 
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The EAT Foundation (EAT) is leading the work on dialogue forums in WP 6, including both policy makers, representatives of the food industry and youth participants.

 

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University of Texas Health Science Centre at Houston (UTHealth) will provide expertize on overweight and obesity related policies and data covering the USA for all work packages.

 

 
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Press is the youth organisation under Save the Children Norway. They provide expertize for the project on the youth participation in all project activities.

 

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University of Bergen (UoB) is leading the work on open science and fair data management organised in WP-8. They are also deputy managers in WP-7 with emphasis on the modelling work.

 

 

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SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities (SWPS) are responsible for managing the project activities including research participants in Poland for WP-4, WP-5 and WP-6.

 

 

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Deakin University is responsible for providing expertize for the system mapping in WP-4, as well as informing the project on overweight and obesity related policies and data covering Australia.

 

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (Work Programme 2016-2017: Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and inland water research and the bioeconomy) under grant agreement No 774210
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