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  1. Monitoring policy implementation and supporting early career researchers to create healthy physical activity and food environments in Europe

    The Policy Evaluation Network (PEN) developed the ‘Physical Activity Environment Policy Index’ (PA-EPI), a monitoring framework to assess government actions for creating a healthy PA policy environment. The project is also supporting the professional growth of early career researchers, practitioners, and professionals through its early career network.

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  2. NOURISHING and MOVING policy databases: full datasets from 14 European countries are now available

    CO-CREATE colleagues at the World Cancer Research Fund International have been hard at work generating evidence and infrastructure to support local and national policy changes to make healthy choices the easiest, most appealing, and preferred choices for adolescents across Europe. The NOURISHING and MOVING databases highlight where governments need to take action to promote healthy diets and decrease physical inactivity. New datasets of diet-related policies and physical activity policies across Europe have been added to both databases. A recent publication in the Journal of Physical Activity and Health also provides insight into the development of the MOVING framework.

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  3. CO-CREATE at the European Youth Parliament Novi Sad International Session

    From the 9th of March 2022 onwards, CO-CREATE was part of the programme for the first large in-person event of the European Youth Parliament (EYP) after the COVID-19 outbreak. The International Session, themed ‘Bridging the Culture Gap’ hosted 200 delegates in Novi Sad, Serbia to showcase best practices and serve as a hub for innovation. Read on to learn more about the Committee on the Environment, Public Health, and Food Safety discussions and call for the evaluation and follow-up on the EU Action Plan on Childhood Obesity, which expired in 2020. At the end of the debate at the General Assembly was a resolution voted and passed?

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