About the Youth Ambassadors

 

Founded in 2012 within the EU Joint Action European Partnership Action Against Cancer (EPAAC), the ECL Youth Ambassadors for the European Code against Cancer brings together highly motivated young people from more than 30 different countries across Europe. Youth Ambassadors are students and young professionals drawn from many disciplines including medicine, public health, law, and political sciences. They all share a deep conviction that cancer can be defeated by following the 12 messages of the European Code against Cancer. Through different events and initiatives, Youth Ambassadors make creative and enterprising actions to promote cancer prevention. The Youth Ambassadors group meets every year for an annual workshop to share experiences and develop common actions. The Youth Ambassadors for the ECAC group receives secretarial support from the Association of European Cancer Leagues (ECL), a Brussels‐based non‐profit organisation who represents national cancer leagues across Europe.

Want to know more about the program? Check the latest edition of the Presentation Booklet, dive into the Advisory Group ToR or read through the Youth Ambassadors Toolkit and the 2018 Summary of Activities.