C3 Collaborating for Health builds multi-sector Collaboration
to promote 3 behaviour changes:


stopping smoking
improving what we eat and drink
increasing physical activity


to address the escalating non-communicable disease (NCD) epidemic.

The who, what, where and how of healthy lives

We received an award from the Health Foundation to write a series about health and early years, children and young people, community and the workplace. Read the briefing papers today.

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Author: Sarah Clarke

International Breakfast Seminars

Our seminars bring globally-renowned experts together with multi-sector UK professionals to discuss innovative approaches to health and prevention.

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Author: Sarah Clarke

C3 Network

C3 draws on experts from its global network of 2,500+ members and 72 countries. Join our network today!

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Upcoming events

  • The Sustainable Development Goals: Health is Everyone's Business

    Join us 22 June for a presentation from Lise Kingo, CEO and Executive Director of the UN Global Compact, to learn more about the link between the future of health and well-being and that of sustainable living, and insights on how business can take leadership. Read more

Latest blogs

  • Managing health in a refugee camp

    C3’s Ina Andersson spent a month volunteering in the Alexandreia refugee camp in northern Greece, where residents are experiencing a number of health problems. Managing chronic disease is only one of them. Read more

  • Language needs to follow function

    We asked our Twitter followers if they agreed with a Lancet article calling for a renaming of non-communicable diseases. It received such interesting responses that we invited our network member, Dr Charlotte Augst, for her view. Should NCDs be reframed? Read more

  • Nurses shine light on healthy living at RCN 50th Congress

    Self-care and prevention were high on the agenda when thousands of nurses, nursing students and healthcare assistants gathered in Liverpool in mid-May for four days of discussion at the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) 50th Congress. Read more