In 2020, ECL’s EWAC campaign will highlight and focus on shaping Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan (#EUCancerPlan) – a core priority of the European Commission on the health domain in the 2019-2024 legislature. During #EWAC2020, ECL will seek to create awareness about key aspects of cancer control and promote cancer leagues’ policy recommendations for European and national decision-makers.
ECL invites all cancer and health organisations to join us during this years campaign, to ensure Beating Cancer Plan well reflects wishes of civil society and contributes to well-being of all Europeans! Check out our EWAC Newsletter for more info.
#EWAC2020 will take place between Monday 25 May and Sunday 31 May 2020. Each day will focus on a different aspect of the cancer continuum.
In February 2020, European cancer leagues published their vision for how the European Plan can contribute to better cancer control, improved cancer care and tackling inequalities throughout the EU. During #EWAC2020, ECL will seek to create awareness about key aspects of cancer control and promote cancer leagues’ policy
recommendations for European and national decision-makers.
🔎See ECL’s recommendations for policy and legislation change towards improved cancer control and care in the EU. Cancer Leagues are the main source of information and services for the general public in their communities and have valuable insights to share.
#EWAC2020 will take place between Monday 25 May and Sunday 31 May 2020.
The exhibition will combine artistic expression with cancer prevention awareness by encouraging health & life science students and young professionals in the health field residing within the WHO European Region and between 18-35 years old, to create 2D artworks related to one or more message/s within the European Code Against Cancer and/or expressing the importance of healthy lifestyles in reducing the risk of developing cancer through one of the following medium: drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, design, crafts, collage, mixed media and new/digital media.
To mark World No Tobacco Day we are partnering with the Global Center for Good Governance in Tobacco Control (GGTC), a partner of STOP on the global media competition “Expose Tobacco Industry Manipulation, Save the Next Generation” to raise awareness about tobacco industry interference and to engage the youth and development sector in communicating the dangers of tobacco industry interference.
The graphics collected, such as posters, memes, infographics, graphic interchange format (GIFs), and short videos, will form part of a publicly accessible library from which government and civil society advocates can draw to raise awareness about tobacco industry interference. The competition will be in line with the WHO’s World No Tobacco Day theme “Protecting youth from industry manipulation and preventing them from tobacco and nicotine use“.
-The Competition attracted over 400 entries, at least 500,000 social media reach, and 19,000 online voters to participate in the competition.
-Our Communications Officer Ginevra Papi was on the judging panel of the 98 shortlisted entries.
-Winning entries can be seen here.
-Joint GGTC-ECL Press release can be viewed here.
To celebrate #EWAC2020, the WASABY app beta version will be launched on Android Play Store for testing between 27 May-10 June 2020 & a prize draw will take place on 18 June 2020!
Try our exciting health learning game app & give us feedback for a chance to win Amazon vounchers!
📩 Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info & to join the beta