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Publications & Multimedia

Find all the NCD Alliance publications and the most recent global data on NCDs.

This section includes the latest NCD Alliance publications, such as policy briefs and analysis, progress tracking and advocacy toolkits, and our annual reports.

Publications & Multimedia

  • ICN2: Civil Society Declaration on Nutrition

    ICN2: Civil Society Declaration on Nutrition

    Analysis, Commentary & Opinion
    (139.25kB)  |  21st November 2014

    Public Interest Civil Society Organisations' and Social Movements' Forum Declaration to the Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2).

  • NCD Alliance Statement at WHO Europe Ministerial Conference on NCDs in Turkmenistan

    NCD Alliance Statement at WHO Europe Ministerial Conference on NCDs in Turkmenistan

    Analysis, Commentary & Opinion
     |  15th December 2013

    Five areas of action recommended that would help support the implementation of the Ashgabat Declaration by WHO EURO Member States.

  • Respiratory diseases in the world

    Respiratory diseases in the world

    Analysis, Commentary & Opinion
     |  04th November 2013

    In this report, the European Respiratory Society, on behalf of the Forum of International Respiratory Societies, provides an overview of the 'Big 5' respiratory diseases (COPD, asthma, acute respiratory infections, tuberculosis, and lung cancer), and recommendations to combat them.

  • World Research Cancer Fund Statement to the WHO European Ministerial Conference on Nutrition and  Non-Communicable Diseases-NCD Alliance signatory

    World Research Cancer Fund Statement to the WHO European Ministerial Conference on Nutrition and Non-Communicable Diseases-NCD Alliance signatory

    Analysis, Commentary & Opinion
    (174.97kB)  |  04th July 2013

    The NCD Alliance with 6 other organisations supported a joint statement delivered by the World Cancer Research Fund, to the WHO European Ministerial Conference on Nutrition and Non-Communicable Diseases in July 2013. It noted highlights and achievements, and set out three key recommendations for Member States: - Ensure a healthier media environment for our children; - Create a healthy food environment in schools; - Improve the quality of the food supply.

  • Embedding non-communicable diseases in the post-2015 development agenda

    Embedding non-communicable diseases in the post-2015 development agenda

    Analysis, Commentary & Opinion
     |  12th February 2013

    The post-2015 development agenda will build on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), in which health is a core component. This agenda will focus on human development, incorporate the components of the Millennium Declaration, and will be made sustainable by support from the social, economic, and environmental domains of activity, represented graphically as the strands of a triple helix... (Alleyne, Binagwaho, Haines, Jahan, Nugent, Rojhani, & Stuckler, The Lancet Non-Communicable Diseases Series 2013)

  • Shaping the Global Framework for NCD Prevention and Control

    Shaping the Global Framework for NCD Prevention and Control

    Analysis, Commentary & Opinion
    (448.66kB)  |  06th November 2012
  • The NCD Alliance Summary and Analysis of the Political Declaration on the Prevention and Control of NCDs

    The NCD Alliance Summary and Analysis of the Political Declaration on the Prevention and Control of NCDs

    Analysis, Commentary & Opinion
    (67.41kB)  |  05th October 2011

    UN Member States unanimously adopted the Political Declaration on the Prevention and Control of Non-communicable Diseases on Monday 19 September 2011 during the opening of the High-level Meeting (HLM) on NCDs at the UN in New York. NCDA closely followed the drafting of the Political Declaration, advocating for specific NCD policy “asks” to ensure Member States produced the most comprehensive and effective document possible. While not all NCDA asks were included in the Declaration, it provides a strong foundation that will accelerate international efforts to prevent and control NCDs and provide a roadmap for action on NCDs worldwide.