17 October 2018 – SILNE-R Final Event


On behalf of the European Network for Smoking and Tobacco Prevention (ENSP) and SILNE-R project consortium, we are pleased to invite you to the final conference of the Horizon 2020 SILNE-R project, which will be held at the European Parliament, Brussels, on Wednesday 17 October 2018:

 

Prevention of youth smoking in Europe: opportunities for effective action

Hosted by MEP Cristian-Silviu Bușoi

Wednesday 17 October, 13:00 – 17:00 

European Parliament

 

SILNE-R (http://silne-r.ensp.org) is a three-year European project involving 7 European countries (Belgium, Netherlands, Ireland, Germany, Italy, Portugal and Finland) aimed to understand how we can effectively prevent smoking of adolescents by policies at (inter)national, local and school levels. During this closing meeting of the project the final outcomes of SILNE-R will be presented and discussed with policymakers, tobacco control experts and relevant stakeholders from different European countries. Jointly, we aim to agree on a series of recommendations for tobacco control policies in Europe.

 

You can find the detailed agenda of the conference here. If you have any questions about the event or SILNE-R project do not hesitate to contact us.

In order to attend the event please register and provide security information required to enter the European Parliament Building this form.

 

We look forward to welcoming you at on 17 October!

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