Eurocare is democratically structured to involve member organisations in as many aspects of our work as possible. It is governed by a General Assembly, which is composed of representatives from its membership.
The General Assembly meets twice a year and furthers communication and co-operation among the members by bringing them together to discuss issues of common concern. It appoints a Board of Directors in order to make decisions regarding the orientations, aims and strategies of the Organisation.
Eurocare believes that the European Union can no longer remain solely an economic union. It must become a social community where the collective health interest takes precedence over individual economic interests.