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News Projects Nov 28, 22

Showcasing EU project findings and tools at ICO 2022

We shared some of the findings from European funded research projects on childhood obesity, STOP and CO-CREATE.

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News Member news Nov 16, 22

Meet our Members: Korean Society for the Study of Obesity

Learn more about KSSO, who aim for better studies and academic approaches to obesity in Korea

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News Press Release Nov 10, 22

Health organisations call on the UNFCCC to protect COP from corporate greenwashing following Coca-Cola sponsorship

60 health organisations from around the world have voiced their objections to Coca-Cola's sponsorship of COP27.

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News SCOPE Nov 04, 22

Informative and interactive SCOPE School Melbourne: A blog by Shubo Saiful

Our Education Manager talks about the highlights of the session, and the benefits of returning to in-person events

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News Policy & Advocacy Nov 02, 22

WHO RC Meetings 2022: PAHO, EMRO & WPRO

Further feedback on WHO RC meetings and World Obesity's contributions to proceedings

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Events News Nov 02, 22

Convening leaders to discuss obesity management, prevention and advocacy

Our CEO, Johanna Ralston, recently attended the EASO COMs & Best of ECO event, and the OPEN event in Copenhagen

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News Policy & Advocacy Nov 02, 22

Preventing obesity across Europe: A call to action

Presenting the key achievements of the four projects to-date and a collective vision for the future

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News Projects Nov 02, 22

STOP Project: World Obesity lead session on civil society involvement

We recently participated in the final stakeholder event of EU Horizon 2020 STOP project, held in Slovenia

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News Member news Nov 02, 22

ASO submits position statement on UK government narrative around obesity prevention

The UK Association for the Study of Obesity (ASO) is deeply concerned by the current narrative around this topic

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