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  1. Adoption of the CO-CREATE Youth Declaration

    The time to act is now! That is the message from the CO-CREATE Youth Declaration task force to policy makers and other stakeholders.

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  2. Disrupting childhood obesity trends across Europe; a joint symposium of CO-CREATE, STOP and PEN

    EU-projects CO-CREATE, STOP and PEN met at ECO/ICO 2020 to address childhood obesity.

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  3. Addressing health policy and research at the STOP/CO-CREATE/PEN symposium

    EU-projects met to address health policies and research

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  4. Which obesity interventions work?

    Globally, 80m adolescents are living with obesity, and without a substantial intervention the figure is due to rise to 150m by 2030. But what interventions work?

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  5. CO-CREATE participated in WHO webinar

    CO-CREATE participated in the webinar hosted by the World Health Organization (WHO) on July 2nd

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  6. MOVING was launched

  7. CO-CREATE is supporting World Obesity Day

    CO-CREATE is happy to announce its support towards World Obesity Day which will take place on March 4, 2020.

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  8. CO-CREATE is working with youth to map out the societal obstacles for leading healthy lives

    Choosing the healthy path in a society of abundance is challenging in any age group. CO-CREATE is working with youth in six countries to identify the particular challenges faced by young people.

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  9. Successful project kick off in Oslo

    CO-CREATE kicked off with an official opening and project meeting in Oslo on June 27 and 28 2018 in Oslo.

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  10. Young people will tackle obesity in new EU project

    A consortium of 14 international research and advocacy organisations meet in Oslo, Norway 27-28 June to kick off a ground-breaking project to tackle overweight and obesity in you

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  11. NIPH to lead European adolescent obesity project

    An international research project has begun to investigate how society can help adolescents to choose a healthy diet and an active lifestyle.

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