The EU offers huge potential for cross country learning and best practice sharing at Movement Health 2030. We're working on pairing countries to work across borders to co-create solutions. And we're setting up collaborations with local governments to affect change.
We're taking learnings for what's been achieved so far in Nordic countries and in the health systems of individual nations where advances have been made, such as Latvia and Estonia and discovering how to apply them more widely in Europe.
Our aim is to foster dialogue, prioritise regional challenges, demonstrate the value of cross border collaboration and support a movement towards future oriented health policy. To achieve this, we've set up two special task forces. These will cover the full scope of Movement Health 2030, and set the future agenda for both policy and innovation.