Who we are

A coalition of public interest groups representing more than 65 organisations across Europe have come together through a concern about endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) and efforts to raise public awareness and urge quicker governmental action. Our campaign partners include trade unions, consumers, public health and healthcare professionals, advocates for cancer prevention, environmentalists and women’s groups.

The EDC-Free Europe campaign is also supported by over 11K individuals across 78 countries, communicating through seven major European languages.

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EDCs also known as hormone disrupting chemicals may be harming our health and we want governments to improve laws and reduce our exposure.  EDCs are found in our workplaces, schools, homes and the food we eat and products we use every day.

Campaign partners 

International and European campaign partners

National campaign partners

Founding campaign partners  (the organisations who initiated the EDC-Free Europe campaign in March 2013) include: Alliance for Cancer Prevention (UK), Breast Cancer UK, BUND (Germany), Cancer Prevention & Education Society (CPES),  Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL),  ChemSec, CHEM Trust (UK), Client Earth, European Environmental Bureau (EEB), Danish Ecological Council (Denmark), Ecologistas en Acción (Spain), Fundacion Vivosano (Spain), Générations Futures (France), Greenpeace, Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL), Health Care Without Harm Europe (HCWH), ISTAS (Spain), Pesticide Action Network Europe (PAN E), Réseau Environnement Santé (RES) (France), WECF (France, Germany, Netherlands, International)