Health and wellbeing news
Creating an Active Birmingham
Birmingham City Council are publishing a consultation on the Draft Creating an Active Birmingham Strategy.
Supporting cities to improve food justice
In 2021, Birmingham City Council launched the Global Food Justice Pledge (GFJP) at the 7th Milan Urban Food Policy Pact (MUFPP) Global Forum.
Fast Track City partners unveils ‘Red Ribbons’ AIDS and HIV Memorial
Birmingham’s Fast Track City partners are set to unveil a memorial to honour those lost to AIDS and living with HIV.
Council encourages more physical movement in August’s fitness challenge
We’ve joined in a national campaign with WeActive and our local NHS partners to get active this August. We want you to join us, whether you are a bin man, a social worker in moving more.
Dr David Nabarro headline speaker at international summit on sustainable food futures at Birmingham 2022
Trade summit focussed on healthy and sustainable food futures to take place at UK House.
Birmingham and Solihull support new plan to make smoking obsolete by 2030
Organisations across Birmingham and Solihull today welcomed the publication of the Khan Independent Review into Smokefree 2030 policies and support the review’s four key recommendations:
Birmingham and Solihull residents encouraged to use local parent resources for infant mental health
Inaugural Infant Mental Health Awareness Week (IMHAW) 13 to 19 June, seeks to highlight the importance of babies’ mental health as well as the surrounding issues that affect it.
Innovative partnership between two councils to tackle health inequalities within Black communities
Birmingham and Lewisham Councils have jointly published a ground-breaking report identifying 39 ways to tackle health inequalities faced by people of Black African and Black Caribbean heritage.
Coronavirus statement - 13 February 2020
Birmingham City Council is working closely with the local NHS and Public Health England to monitor the emerging global situation.
Improving health and wellbeing for people in Birmingham and Solihull
The following statement is from Mark Rogers, System Leader, Birmingham and Solihull STP and Chief Executive, Birmingham City Council