EWAC Activities
European Week Against Cancer 2022: 25-31 May
Follow @EU_EWAC & @WeekAgainstCancer and use the hashtags #EWAC221 and #EUCancerPlan
European Week Against Cancer 2021: 25-31 May
 Check out the 2021 campaign and activities
European Week Against Cancer 2020: 25-31 May
Check out  the 2020 campaign & activities

25 May – Environmental Pollutants

HEAL & ECL joint infographic & social media cards 

25 May – Whole Grain Statement 

Endorsment of EWGA’s Statement 

26 May – EU4Health Joint Statement 

Re-booting of the #EU4Health Campaign and EU4Health Coalition 

27 May – ECAC Open Letter

In support of the update of the current edition of the European Code Against Cancer (ECAC).

27 May – Beta Test of WASABY App 

In the framework of the WASABY project, ECL is seeking beta testers for a healthy lifestyles gaming app.

European Week Against Cancer 2019
See more activities and mark your own with #EWAC2019 and @EU_EWAC!

28 May – PASYKAF ‘s Campaigns, Cyprus

Press conference, establishment of working groups, free examinations of the larynx & promotion of the ECAC.

20-24 May – SIOPE Annual Meeting, Prague

Annual Meeting of the European Society for Paediatric Oncology

20 May – Early Diagnosis Meeting, Budapest

First WP5 iPAAC conference – 5 things to know

European Week Against Cancer 2018

25-31 May

The Association of European Cancer Leagues leads a campaign on Twitter calling for acessible medicines for all cancer patients in Europe.

25 May

The Association of European Cancer Leagues launches the latest update of the ECL Sun Safety Recommendations. Read our Press Release here

16 May

Prior European Week Against Cancer MAC group held a meeting “Recognising Cancer Nursing in Europe” on 16 May at the European Parliament. 

28 May

The Association of European Cancer Leagues Youth Ambassadors promote the European Code Against Cancer by forming #cancercode.


EWAC 2016 Youth competition “Design an infographic for the European Code Against Cancer” best entries:

Competition winners:  Anna Bryla, Michal Buczek, Edyta Koscielska, Adrianna Roj,
and Stanislaw Zan (Bilgoraj, south-eastern Poland)

2nd place: Pavel Bernatowicz, Katarrzyna Bruszewska, Sonia Demianiuk, Eliza
Kawalska and Maria Liszewska (Warsaw, Poland)

3rd place: Sergio Penaranda Gomez, Leonardo Martin Benitez Gonzalez and Julian David
Moros Gonzalez (Valencia, Spain)


Summary of the European Cancer Leagues EWAC 2016 Youth Competition “Design an infographic for the European Code Against Cancer” is available here.