Previously this site belonged to the Europe Central Council of Homeopaths (ECCH). But they changed their domain to http://www.homeopathy-ecch.org/. Therefore for more updated information about their activities or if you need to look at some of their documents, newsletters, research, regulations as well as policies; please visit that site.
Furthermore, on this site, I’ve recovered some of the news headlines; which were published previously on the site some years ago. I believe in homeopathy; that’s why I found it critical to recover that content as was earlier published. I will still be updating the site with more information about homeopathy that I come across.
Europe Central Council of Homeopaths (ECCH)
Moreover, this is an international council whose membership is made up of established associations of professional homeopaths existing within individual countries. Established in 1990 ECCH focuses its representational activities within the boundaries of Europe; specifically within the Europe Union. The Council is non profit-making unincorporated association registered in the United Kingdom.
ECCH is also an active member of the Brussels-based Europe Public Health Alliance (EPHA); a Corresponding Member of the Europe Coalition for Homeopathic and Anthroposophic Medical Products (ECHAMP); and has NGO Participatory Status with the Council of Europe.
The aim of ECCH is:
To encourage the highest standards of professional practice of Classical Homeopathy in homeopaths in order that they are best able to restore; as well as improve the health of patients.
Membership of the Europe Council
Professional Membership of the Council is open to an established association of professional homeopaths in any country; which:
- Maintains for the use of the public a register of trained and regulated homeopaths
- Sets stringent educational and training standards for entry to their registers
- Maintains a code of ethics and practice to; which their members are accountable
- Agrees to support the aims, objectives and activities of the Councils
Below are some of the posts that I recovered from the wayback machine…
Nonetheless, there are at present 26 professional association members in the Council from the 24 countries of; Armenia, Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina; Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Greece, Ireland; Israel, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland; and United Kingdom. They are Observer associations in Germany, Slovakia; as well as Macedonia. The Council is also represented in Austria, France, Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Luxembourg.
Activities of the Council
The Council disseminates a list of its member associations to enable members of public in each country to seek the best homeopathic treatment from competent, well trained and effectively regulated homeopaths.
However, the Council meets two times a year in meetings; which rotate between countries where there are members. An active secretariat is maintained in the United Kingdom; where a part-time employed General Secretary deals with business of the Council; as well as a wide range of inquiries from members of the general public and other organisations. Nonetheless, he General Secretary also initiates and attends meetings with various organisations relevant to the purposes of the Council.
As well as publishing a number of policy documents on subjects; such as education, provings, and public health. However, oone important role of ECCH is to act as an advisory body on homeopathic matters to national and international governmental institutions.
For an overview of the legal situation with regard to the practice of homeopathy in Europe please download the following document: ecch legal report October 2010 1.pdf
For further information contact the General Secretary at the Secretariat:
School House, Market Place
Kenninghall, Norfolk NR16 2AH
Tel & Fax: (+44) 1953 888 163
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