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Belfast Healthy Cities

Our vision is to be a leader in creating
a healthy, equitable and sustainable city

Healthy Cities 21st Century

WHO Healthy City Explorer 2019

Applications currently closed

Belfast Healthy Cities is offering an annual bursary throughout WHO European Healthy Cities Phase VII (2019-2024). It will allow individuals working in the field of health and wellbeing, including healthy urban planning and design, to visit another WHO European Healthy City or National Network to study their approach to addressing a key issue relating to health inequalities.

The bursary is open to applicants living or working in Belfast from community, voluntary, public and business sectors.

Suggested topics for study could include early life; older people; health literacy; physical activity; nutrition and obesity; alcohol; tobacco; mental well-being; health and social services; public health capacity; healthy urban planning and design; transport; the health impacts of climate change and housing and regeneration.

Other proposals, which address the six priority themes for the Phase VII (2019-2019), will also be considered, please see Phase VII (2019-2024) of the WHO European Healthy Cities Network: goals and requirements

View further information and make an application

Closing Date Monday 22 April 2019