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Appel de la jeunesse, Collectif (A2J)

The Collectif Appel de la jeunesse is a French non-profit NGO that aims to improve health through public policy and promoting a cleaner and healthier environment. It aspires to a healthy planet for healthy people.

Its purpose is to:

  • Gather and support students and youth structures concerned with the issue of health and the environment in France;
  • Promote the introduction and implementation of policies to protect the environment as a means of improving the health of the population in Europe and worldwide;
  • Raise awareness about how changes in environmental and related policies can impede or facilitate progress in terms of health and environmental impacts;
  • Encourage and support the participation of citizens - including health professionals, groups concerned with health issues, youth and disadvantaged groups in EU decision-making;
  • Engage stakeholders in all sectors on key issues of environment and health;
  • Promoting change in existing laws in the sense of a greater consideration of health issues and the environment.

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Contact details

Mr. Olivier Mainnemard
32 rue de Paradis
75010 Paris

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Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL)
28 Boulevard Charlemagne
B1000 Brussels, Belgium
Phone: +32 2 234 3640
Fax: +32 2 234 3649
Press: Diana Smith

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