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Mr. Peter Liese, Member of the European Parliament, host and patron of the art exhibition SOCKS FOR LIFE at the European Parliament in Brussels (Altiero Spinelli Building, Baltic Way, Area 0E), together with his colleague Mrs. Angelika Niebler and EFCNI are delighted to invite you to the official
exhibition opening on 7 April at 18:30 with key note speeches and a reception.
The exhibition with artwork from a variety of world-renowned artists will draw attention to the importance of maternal and newborn health for Europe.
How to register for the event

If you need a badge to enter the European Parliament, please provide your full name, date of birth, nationality, passport number and email address (requested for security reasons) by 17 March 2014 at the latest to
We look very much forward to meeting you at the opening.
Yours sincerely,
Silke Mader               Nicole  Thiele

Healthy mothers and newborns are the foundation for a strong future in Europe. Research on the early origins of adult diseases show the vital  importance and influence of pregnancy, birth and the first days in life for an individual’s future health and the development of chronic illnesses.
Every year, approximately 500,000 children are born premature in  Europe – one baby in ten. These children meanwhile represent Europe’s largest child patient group and their number is steadily increasing. In many cases, the children, as well as their families, need to cope with physical, psychological, emotional and financial challenges. In addition, the costs to healthcare systems and the wider economy are huge.
However, despite the considerable size and continuous growth of this group and the impact on the health of future European citizens, maternal and newborn health still rank low on national health agendas. Maternal and newborn mortality and morbidity rates vary widely between the countries of Europe and there is a lack of harmonized guidelines or standards to improve access to and quality of health care for mothers and newborns. A considerable number of infant deaths, chronic disabilities and health conditions linked to preterm birth could be prevented through improved prevention, treatment and care. Patient representatives, experts and a variety of stakeholders now join forces and work together on the development of common standards of care for newborn health, one further milestone to close the existing gap for maternal and newborn health in Europe. The launch of this important project will be celebrated during the exhibition opening and reception on 7 April 2014.

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