Past conferences organised by INCHES
8th Conference in Barcelona, Spain, September 2016
Many experts from different disciplines visited the conference in Barcelona at the premises of ISGLOBAL. There were several workshops including a WHO workshop on e-waste. Selected papers wiil soon appear in the Journal Environmental Research.
See for conferences abstracts: abstracts 2016
JERUSALEM, ISRAEL 2013
Topics of Children’s Environmental Health (CEH), including basic science, clinical and laboratory aspects (epidemiology, biomonitoring), regulation, Sustainable Development, Green Energy, Recycling, Child Safety, aspects of Health Management, Health Policy and Health Economy involving CEH.
See for conferences abstracts: abstracts 2013
LODZ, POLAND 2011
This conference – the sixth after Amsterdam (1998), Washington 2001), London (2004), Vienna(2007) and Bangalore (2010) offers a world-wide platform dealing with health problems of children caused by important environmental influences.
|Scientific programme Lodz|
BANGALORE, INDIA 2010
The conference had a tremendous participation from Asian partners, working on children’s environmental health issues.
VIENNA, AUSTRIA 2007
International Conference on Children, Health and Environment in June 2007 in Vienna.
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM 2004
International Conference on Children, Health and Environment. This conference was conducted in cooperation with the EU-funded project PINCHE.
WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES 2001
International Conference on Children, Health and Environment. This event was attended by more than 500 participants. The last day, September 11, was broken off due to the events in the USA.
AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS 1998
INCHES was established by a group of organizations including representatives of NGO’s, universities, World Health Organization, U.S Environment Agency and the European Environment Agency in 1998 in Amsterdam at the first International Conference on Children’s Environmental Health.
PPTOX IV, BOSTON, UNITED STATES, 2014
International summit on exposures to environmental hazards during early life and their long term consequences, with a focus on exposures, mechanisms, health effects and implications for clinical practice and policy.
PPTOX V, Kitakyushu, Japan, 2016
PPTOX VI, Faroer Islands, May 2018