Europe, a Patient Association
is a pan-European, non-partisan, cross-political advocacy and expert initiative.
The aim of the Europe, a Patient Association is to support a solidarity-based response of European countries to the current health, economic and humanitarian crisis, and to shape a socially and environmentally sustainable reconstruction of our continent.
How to stop the crisis
Europe after the crisis
To all free People and free Nations, we are opening an initiative to establish an International Humanitarian Fund for Ukraine.
The need to respond to the effects of the humanitarian crisis is not a matter of political consensus and cannot be seen in the terms of win or lose. There can be no abstention from providing humanitarian response.
By failing to solve the COVID crisis
the EU risks becoming incapable of leading the Bighting against the climate crisis. That is
why leaders in science, politics and religion across the political spectrum are appealing
to European decision makers to introduce recommendations to eliminate COVID in
Europe and make the best use of the European Green Deal to ensure a socially just transition for all.
While many political and economic leaders might feel complacent and want to believe that the crisis has come to an end, neither the pandemic nor the crisis of trust in the European institutions are over. Political leaders construct their responses to these crises with an eye on the next election rather than tackling the problems facing future generations. We stand in need of overcoming short-termism. (S. Zamagni)