Respect promote and protect freedom of informed vaccination consent throughout Europe.
The EFVV was listed on the EU Transparency Register March 2018 meaning that members of the EFVV can be accredited to enter the EU. One member attended the ENVI vote on the amendments for example. We plan to attend meetings and join discussions where we can. The last time EFVV members attended the EU was in 2010 where we were invited to the Pharmocovigilance Hearing Managing Medicines Risks in Europe: and we put a question to the panel.
What We Do
The European Forum for Vaccine Vigilance was conceived back in 1998 when Francoise Joet, founder of ALIS (Association Liberte Information Sante, France) met Dr Xavier Uriarte from Liga para la Libertad de Vacunaciones, Spain. Since then many health professionals and parent groups have joined for an annual meeting in a European city. Participants of the EFVV, represent around 25 European countries and its current chair is Dr Kris Gaublomme from Belgium. In 2010 the EFVV registered as a formal association in France and reached out to East Europe.
The European Forum for Vaccine Vigilance is a coalition of groups and persons from European countries who wish to inform the general public, politicians and the press about vaccines and the vaccination procedure in terms of its health benefits and risks. Whilst the EFVV recognizes that vaccination was introduced with good intentions for the health of the world population, there is now over a century and a half of experience with this procedure and a wealth of published medical literature looking at the “effectiveness” and ”safety” of vaccination.
The EFVV aims to promote these aspects to the general public in the hope that it will encourage a call for independent research from each people, our health departments and governments and a re-evaluation of the procedure itself.
On this website we provide overall information per each country where we can directly collect these data and relevant news and events discussing the vaccination procedure and the vaccines worldwide.
The European Forum for Vaccine Vigilance was conceived back in 1998 when Francoise Joet, founder of ALIS (Association Liberte Information Sante, France) met Dr Xavier Uriarte from Liga para la Libertad de Vacunaciones, Spain.
Since then, many health professionals and parent groups have gathered for annual meetings in different European cities. Participants in the EFVV represent around 25 European countries and its current chair is Dr. Kris Gaublomme from Belgium.
In 2010, the EFVV registered as a formal organisation in France and reached out to East Europe. In 2018, the EFVV was listed on the European Union ‘Transparency Register’ and four of its active participants were accredited to enter the European Parliament.