Belfast Healthy Cities

Belfast Healthy Cities

Gordon House, 22-24 Lombard Street
Belfast
BT1 1RD
United Kingdom

Belfast Healthy Cities is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of people living and working in Belfast through our intersectoral approach. Our aim is to work with decision makers to develop innovative approaches to create a healthy city.

Belfast is a leading member of the World Health Organization (WHO) European Healthy Cities Network, which currently has more than 90 member cities across Europe. Our programmes are determined by the overarching themes and requirements for a WHO Healthy City, but are developed within a local context.

Belfast Healthy Cities shapes, influences and develops healthy public policy. We promote equity and health improvement through intersectoral collaboration. We work closely with decision makers in government departments and the public sector as well as the voluntary and community sectors.

The committed and focused work of Belfast Healthy Cities in testing new approaches has provided legitimacy for new policy development and initiatives at community, city and government level.

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Art & Culture Conference Launch

Belfast Healthy Cities

Following on from the success of the WHO International Healthy Cities Conference, Changing Cities to Change the World, Celebrating thirty years of the Healthy Cites movement, held last week in Belfast, we are delighted to announce the Belfast Healthy Cities, ‘Healthy City’ 2018 awards.  There are four award categories, Promoting Health Equity; Healthy Places; Healthy Living and Engaging for Change. The call for entry is open until 5.00pm Monday 12 November 2018. Further information and to submit an online application visit https://awards.belfasthealthycities.com/ The awards will be presented at a high profile ceremony in Belfast on Tuesday 11 December 2018.
Dates:
02 - 12 November 2018
Belfast
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Belfast Healthy Cities

Does your organisation work towards improving the health and wellbeing of the people of Belfast?

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Belfast Healthy Cities

Does your organisation work towards improving the health and wellbeing of the people of Belfast?

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Belfast Healthy Cities

The World Health Organization (WHO) Belfast Healthy City Awards 2015 will recognise excellence in improving the health and wellbeing of the people of Belfast. The awards are open until Wednesday 21 October. Application pack: www.belfasthealthycities.com

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VCSE

Team

  • Anne McCusker
  • Julie McAllister