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Diana G. Smith

Diana G. Smith has been working with HEAL as a freelance communication and media consultant since 2004. She provides guidance on the overall communication strategy of the organisation and manages relations with the press, radio and television as well as with specialist publications covering EU policy, medicine, health, and environmental issues.

Before joining HEAL, Diana was editor of the European Public Health Update magazine at the European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) and has undertaken consultancies at many international governmental and other non-governmental organisations, including OECD, UNICEF, UNFPA, Medicins sans Frontieres and several HEAL and EPHA member organisations.

Previously, she worked in Geneva at the World Health Organization and at the World Council of Churches; as a freelance contributor to BBC radio, national press and magazines in London, and as the editor of Far East Health, a UK magazine for doctors in Asia. She has a degree in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
0032 (0)2 234 36 40
Skype: dianagsmith2

About HEAL

The Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL) is a leading European not-for-profit organisation addressing how the environment affects health in the European Union (EU). We demonstrate how policy changes can help protect health and enhance people’s quality of life. Read more »


HEAL has over 70 member organisations, representing health professionals, not-for-profit health insurers, doctors, nurses, cancer and asthma groups, citizens, women’s groups, youth groups, environmental NGOs, scientists and public health institutes. Members include international and Europe-wide organisations, as well as national and local groups. Read more »

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Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL)
28 Boulevard Charlemagne
B1000 Brussels, Belgium
Phone: +32 2 234 3640
Fax: +32 2 234 3649
Press: Diana Smith

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