You are here: Home page » Members

Générations cobayes, Movement (GC)

The movement Générations cobayes is a French non-profit NGO and a youth group committed to the well-being of everyone. It aims to improve health through the promotion of a cleaner and healthier environment, and 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, and;
  • Promote change in existing laws in the sense of a greater consideration of health issues and the environment.

Check out their latest news at

Contact details

Générations cobayes
Chez MIE
50 rue des Tournelles
75003 Paris

About HEAL

The Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL) is a leading European not-for-profit organisation addressing how the environment affects health in the European Union (EU). We demonstrate how policy changes can help protect health and enhance people’s quality of life. Read more »


HEAL has over 70 member organisations, representing health professionals, not-for-profit health insurers, doctors, nurses, cancer and asthma groups, citizens, women’s groups, youth groups, environmental NGOs, scientists and public health institutes. Members include international and Europe-wide organisations, as well as national and local groups. Read more »

Contact us

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

Direct telephone numbers: HEAL team page.

HEAL website privacy policy