III - Non-governmental organisations
Non-governmental organisations, platforms and networks and similar
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Ms Anke Tijtsma
Ms Mariska Meurs
senior health advocate
Wemos influences international policy in such a way that the right to health is respected, protected and promoted. In doing so, we devote special attention to vulnerable sections of society. Wemos contributes to changes aimed at making structural improvements in health. We advocate:ethical conduct in relation to clinical trials and recruitment of health personnel, coherent policy and equal access to care.
Wemos implements the project Health Workers for all and all for health workers; we work on ethical clinical trials; legislation regarding endocrine disrupting chemicals.
In 2014, Wemos has followed up contacts with the European Medicines Agency on ways of monitoring the ethical aspects of clinical trials for drugs entering the European market. A number of studies has been done, the results of which have been shared with members of parliament.
Health workers for all project is being implemented and coordinated with Joint Action on health workforce planning and forecasting.
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Wemos is not a member organisation. The number above refers to supporters of the organisation, who support Wemos financially. In addition, Wemos has a newsletter which has around 1000 subscribers.
Wemos is a member of the Medicus Mundi International (MMI) network, the Peoples Health Movement (PHM), the European Public Health Alliance (EPHA), Health Action International (HAI) and several Dutch networks on the topic of global health and health governance.
01/2013 - 12/2013
100,000 € - 199,999 €
EuropeAid/131141/C/ACT/multi, non-state actors and local authorities in development/raising public awareness of development issues and promoting development education in the EU
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.