This year's topics: Child Bicycle Safety in Europe, and Integrating Child Injury Prevention into Professional and Academic Curricula.
The call for abstracts has been extended to 31 January, the conference will be held in Germany on October 20 - 22.
Based on evidence of their superior safety, we are strongly in support of rearward-facing CRS for older children.
Belgium country partner representative Dr. Erwin Van Kerschaver has announced his upcoming retirement.
The French government has increased tax on beer by 160% which will help address alcohol related harm and improve public budget.
ECSA highlights the connection at EPHA's Parliament event, From Rhetoric to Action: Tackling Child Poverty and Promoting Children's Health and Well Being
Influencing the uptake of good practices.
Even in mild summer weather, the temperature in a car quickly rises to dangerous levels for children, whose body temperature rises 3 to 5 times faster than adults.
Event highlights the breadth of alcohol harm and the urgency of unified EU action.
Tying to community organisations and action
Building on strong MEP Support
On June 12, 2012, the European Child Safety Alliance launched the third round of child safety report cards in the European Parliament, Strasbourg.
Out of the 27,000 injuries annually, over 50% are to children 19 and younger.
In advance of the holidays, IWS leads a dynamic campaign to prevent child drownings.
24/05/12 - Launch of Plan of Action for the Global Campaign for Violence Prevention (GCVP) for the period 2012-2020
The Plan presents six national level goals and strategies to help reduce violence, including child maltreatment.
Success stories from funded health programmes shared and priorities for the third programme discussed.
EC should better regulate alcohol marketing and protect children and youth from alcohol's harm.
Report covering 2000 - 2009 shows unintentional injury remains leading cause of death, with increases in teen poisonings and infant suffocation.
Launch will take place on June 12 at the European Parliament in Strasbourg with the support of MEP Malcolm Harbour and Health and Consumer Policy Commissioner John Dalli.
Accessible and scientific global guide written for young people by young people.
Multi Ministry Committee to implement plans
EU Symposium highlights new strategies for protecting children.
Children's clothes, toys and childcare products dominate unsafe product reports.
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