The Northern Dimension Policy Framework Document, originally adopted by the EU, Iceland, Norway and Russia in 2006, describes the joint platform for promoting dialogue and concrete cooperation as well as strengthening stability and promoting economic integration, competitiveness and sustainable development in Northern Europe.
The Steering Group (SG) consists of the NDPHS CSR representatives of the national or regional governments of EUSBSR Member States. These Rules of Procedure (RoP) apply to all meetings of the SG.
The SG provides strategic guidance to the Policy Area Health, holds policy discussions and identifies keyways to achieve the EUSBSR Objectives through different means of actions and determine how to best implement the required solutions.
Adopted by NDPHS CSR on 16 August 2022. Adopted by EUSBSR NCG on 6 September 2022.
The Manifesto “Connecting minds across the ages” commits the NDPHS to supporting the UN Decade of Healthy Ageing 2021-2030 and details the objectives for improving the health and wellbeing of the ageing populations.
The Prison Health Declaration presents the commitments that the NDPHS has made to work towards ensuring the same standard of health care that are available in the community and providing access to necessary healthcare services to prisoners without discrimination.
The NDPHS Declaration on Antimicrobial Resistance acknowledges that AMR in micro-organisms is an increasing global health problem and a challenge to our societies. It presents the Partnership’s commitments for work to address the public health threats caused by AMR.
The NDPHS Statement on HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis renews the Partners’ commitment to develop and support effective country and regional responses to further improve the current HIV and tuberculosis situations and reduce their impacts on human lives, economy and society.
The Strategy on Health at Work acknowledges that healthy working-aged population with adequate social protection is the most critical factor behind the social and economic development of enterprises, communities and nations. The Strategy includes actions that the Partnership Annual Conference recommended taking in 2008-2011.
The document presents Chair’s Conclusions from the 13th Partnership Annual Conference, with a thematic focus on strengthening universal health coverage and harmful use of alcohol, held in Tallinn, Estonia, on 9 February 2018.
The document presents Chair’s Conclusions from the 10th Partnership Annual Conference, with a thematic focus on HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis as well as occupational accidents, held in Helsinki, Finland, on 22 November 2013.
The document presents Chair’s Conclusions from the 8th Partnership Annual Conference, with a thematic focus on raising profile of health and wellbeing in the regional agenda as well as non-communicable diseases prevention and control, held online in St. Petersburg, Russia, on 25 November 2011.
The document presents Chair’s Conclusions from the 1st Partnership Annual Conference, with a thematic focus on strengthening economic and social development through public health, held in Tallinn, Estonia, on 13-14 December 2004.