Save the date - World Food Day – High-level event

JPI HDHL will be one of the speakers at a High-Level event in Brussels on World Food Day, the 16th of October 2019, with the theme ‘FOOD 2030: Nourishing people and nurturing the planet through sustainable and healthy diets for all’. Participants are invited to discuss the cross-sectoral role of nutrition, with a focus on obesity. The organization of the event is a collaborative effort by the FAO, the European Economic and Social Committee, the European Committee of the Regions, and the European Commission/FIT4FOOD2030.

The agenda and registration link will be published in early September. The event will also be live-streamed online.

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The two research projects that were funded under the JPI HDHL Joint Action “Biomarkers for Nutrition and Health” recently finished and the results are now available.

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New member in the Scientific Advisory Board

The JPI HDHL welcomes its new member in the Scientific Advisory Board in Research Area 3 “Diet, Health and Disease

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New JPI HDHL website

The website of the JPI HDHL has had a total make over. Both the look and functionality of the website have been updated.

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SAVE THE DATE: 6th JPI HDHL International Conference on June 17, 2020

The Joint Programming Initiative ‘A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life’ is hosting its 6th International Conference on June 17, 2020 in Brussels.

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Expected: 2 new JPI HDHL calls

JPI HDHL will launch 2 new calls early 2020: Prevention of unhealthy weight gain and obesity during early life and other critical life events throughout the lifespan and Development of targeted nutrition for prevention and treatment of undernutrition in elderly.

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JPI HDHL welcomes applications for the position of chair

Do you want to be part of a country driven initiative that is committed to making our societies more healthy and sustainable?

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Request for tenders for overall impact evaluation of JPI HDHL

The Joint Programming Initiative a Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life was established almost 10 years ago. This means it is time to evaluate the impact the JPI HDHL has had so far; have the objectives of the different Implementation Plans of JPI HDHL been fulfilled? Which effects has the JPI HDHL had on the scientific community, research programming, and research policy? To carry out this task, we are looking for an external evaluator.

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Website Policy Evaluation Network now online!

The website of the JPI HDHL project: Policy Eveluation Network (PEN) has been launched.

The Policy Evaluation Network, funded by the JPI HDHL, started in the beginning of 2019 and will run for 3 years. PEN’s vision is to provide Europe with tools to identify, evaluate and benchmark policies designed to directly or indirectly address physical inactivity, unhealthy diets and sedentary behaviour while accounting for existing health inequalities.

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In February 2019, the JPI HDHL launched METADIS, a 3rd call organised under the umbrella of ERA-Net HDHL-INTIMIC to promote collaborative international research on nutrition and health.

In total, 11 countries support the call which focuses on the impact of diet, food components and food processing, on body weight regulation and related metabolic diseases.

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