Healthy Cities of the Czech Republic
This is just some illustrative information and chosen activities from Czech Healthy Cities translated into English.
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The World No Tobacco Day is an international campaign aimed at preventing tobacco-related diseases. The campaign is celebrated annually on 31 May. It is supported by the World Health Organization (WHO) and joined actively by a number of Czech Healthy Cities members.
The online project inventory, provided by Czech Healthy Cities, enables to centralize projects in the pipeline of the whole local authority in one place and make them available online for authorised staff members or committees or visualise them for the public.
Municipalities and regions can play a crucial role in prevention of children's obesity. On 16 April 2019, Jihlava hosted an introductory event to a new series of seminars on health promotion in cities and towns.
Three days full of information, over 180 participants and also a novelty: a discussion meeting for politicians that was The Czech Healthy Cities Spring SCHOOL hosted by the Liberec Region.
Do you wonder how to save on energy services in a city or a town? If you find this issue intriguing, you may want to view the recording of the Czech Healthy Cities webinar on the Healthy Cities Czech Republic YouTube channel.
The Healthy Cities General Assembly approved new management for the next two years at its meeting of 20 March 2019 in Liberec.
The Good Practice Database collects a range of innovative, remarkable and practical solutions to various issues focusing on enhancing the quality of life. Once a year the Czech Healthy Cities choose the best of them.
A special Healthy Cities webinar sequel focused on the topic of social housing answered questions about funding, latest developments and shared good practice examples from Czech municipalities.
The conference with underlying topic: Energy self-sufficiency of cities and own resources – a real possibility or an unrealistic idea? brought together over 150 specialists from the Czech Republic and abroad.
105 "in-house" consultations - 51 public Fora / 3843 participants - 32 “Youth” and “School” fora - 9 City trainings and other nationwide events / 705 participants - 3 accredited courses - 9 webinars... for CZECH HEALTHY CITIES
The Healthy Town of Krizanky won the voting contest for the BEST Practice of Healthy Municipalities and Regions in Czechia selected from seventeen documented best practice examples of 2018.
On 24 January 2019 the main part of the nationwide conference called “MAKE IT TO THE TOP!" with the headline “SUSTAINABLY AND HEALTHILY IN CITIES” took place in the Ambassador Hotel in Prague.