Correlation Network – 
European Network Social Inclusion & Health

The Correlation Network works and contributes to an increased quality of life for vulnerable and marginalized groups in Europe. We are committed to marginalised groups, such as drug users, sex workers, migrants, MSM and young people in risk situations as well as people living with HIV and AIDS and other communicable deseases.  We aim to improve the access to and the quality of medical and social services and work for a social Europe, in which marginal and vulnerable groups
have a permanent place with the same (human) rights then everyone else.




Latest news:


During the Hepatitis C and Drug Use Conference in Berlin 23 - 24 October, a declaration was launched  with 6 points for a better Hepatitis policy in Europe and abroad.
The declaration is initially signed by the Correlation Network, Harm Reduction International (HRI), the International Network of People Who Use Drugs (INPUD), the European Association of the Study of the Liver (EASL), the World Hepatitis Alliance, the European Harm Reduction Network (EuroHRN), the European Aids Treatment Group (EATG),  Aids Action Europe (AAE) and the HIV/AIDS Civil Society Forum.
The declaration will be presented to all governments and health ministries in the European region.
Sign the petition now at and share the link widely.
Download a copy of the manifesto here



The Correlation Hepatitis C Initiative proudly presents the publication of the BMC Infectious Desease Journal Supplement 'Viral Hepatitis and Drug Use in Europe´.

The publication was produced in the framework of the 'Hepatitis C Initiative' project by CHIP, The Centre for Health and Infectious Disease Research, University of Copenhagen.
The publication contains five research articles and a discussion article that collectively demonstrate the potential for smart research to help transform the political and public health response to hepatitis C in Europe and presents no less than ten commentaries about crucial issues in this realm with a broad diversity of experiences represented in the contributions.
The full content of the supplement can be found at The link to the supplement is permanently accessible via the Supplements link on the Article page of the journal website

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"Need for Action:
End the Silence on
Hepatitis C"

Check here the website
for the presentations of the  Conference on
Hepatitis C and Drug Use



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Welcome to the first INWORK Conference on Social Inclusion, Work Integration and Social Entrepreneurship to be organised from 10-12 November in Amsterdam!

Marginalised and vulnerable groups, such as drug users, homeless people, people with psychiatric problems or (ex) offenders have a large distance to the labour market in most European countries. Their educational level is often low, they have little opportunities to participate in schooling and employment and there are only few initiatives that increase or improve the participation of these groups in the paid or unpaid labour market. The current economical crisis  and the increasing unemployment affects all parts of society, but has surely a devastating impact on these groups.




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