Flyers and infographics
Here, you can find and download the official CO-CREATE project flyer, available in English, French and Spanish. Furthermore, you can also access some flyers and infographics about some of our activities with youths, an introduction to the systems approach adopted in the project and much more.
- What is CO-CREATE (flyer)
- Societal level factors influencing overweight and obesity (infographic)
Listen to some experts and young people reflect on a number of questions and topics ranging from the importance of youth engagement to the impact of weight stigma in our work, and check out the project series that aims to give a brief overview on topics at the core of the project.
Listen to young people
- Young voices on why youth matter
- Young voices on what constitutes good health
- Young voices on why they are engaged
Listen to experts
- The problem of the childhood obesity epidemic (live stream from the project kick off in June 2018)
- Why is obesity a system level problem and why do we need youth involvement to solve it (live stream from the project kick off in June 2018)
- What will CO-CREATE do (live stream from the project kick off in June 2018)
Tools and websites
CO-CREATE will deliver tools and databases directed at several stakeholder of society. These will be openly accessible through websites run by CO-CREATE partners.
Healthy Voices website
Run by the World Obesity Fedeartion, this website provides a space for young people to learn, advocate and discuss youth health.
MOVING policy database
The World Cancer Research Fund International runs the NOURISHING database of policies across the world that aims to promote healthy diets and prevent obesity. Through the project the complementary MOVING database on policies that aims to promote physically activity.
Project websites in other languages
|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|