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    Are you a creative person who is passionate about helping charities expand their reach? Are you interested in how we can make it easier for people to live healthy lives? C3 is seeking an enthusiastic person to transform our online presence and to take us to the next level as a charity.

Our mission: C3 brings together different communities to create changes that make it easier for people to:

stop using tobacco

improve what they eat and drink

 do more physical activity

Latest Event

We host a range of events, including our International Breakfast Seminars and Workplace Health meetings.

Obesity – a cancer risk, C3’s International seminar as part of London Global Cancer Week 2021

As part of London Global Cancer Week, C3 are proud to be joined by Malaysian metabolic surgeon Dr Andrea Ooi, who will be sharing her thoughts and findings on the cancer risks of obesity.

Start: Thursday, 18 November 2021 @8:30 GMT am

Location: Online (Zoom)

LATEST BLOGS

Nurses addressing Oral Health

17 Nov 2021
Christine Hancock
Earlier this year WHO brought into sharp focus the need to address Oral Health - with its links to chronic diseases - and countries are urged to address those shared risk factors, and to shift their focus to the prevention of oral health disease and away from traditional curative approaches. 

We’re hiring! Join C3 as our campaign manager

17 Nov 2021
Christine Hancock
Are you a creative person who is passionate about helping charities expand their reach? Are you interested in how we can make it easier for people to live healthy lives? C3 is seeking an enthusiastic person to transform our online presence and to take us to the next level as a charity.

Obesity at work – how women suffer more 

25 Oct 2021
Hugo Mills
45% of employers in the UK said that they were less likely to recruit candidates living with obesity. Furthermore, people living with obesity have lower starting pay, lower co-worker ratings and lower hiring success. Read a summary of Institute for Employment Studies Stephen Bevan's talk about how women living with obesity are discriminated against in the workplace.

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