The Obesity Evidence Hub is a joint project of Cancer Council Victoria, the Bupa Health Foundation, the Obesity Policy Coalition and the Collective for Action on Obesity.
Cancer Council Victoria
Since its establishment in 1936, Cancer Council Victoria has developed an international reputation for its innovative work in cancer research, prevention and support. As an independent, not-for-profit organisation, it plays a leading role in reducing the impact of cancer.
Obesity Policy Coalition
The Obesity Policy Coalition advocates to influence change through policy and regulation to improve diets and help prevent obesity, particularly in children. Its partners and funders are Cancer Council Victoria, Diabetes Victoria, VicHealth and the Global Obesity Centre (GLOBE) at Deakin University.
Bupa Health Foundation
The Bupa Health Foundation is one of the leading charitable foundations dedicated to health in Australia. The Foundation’s vision is to have enduring strategic partnerships with the research community to deliver on its purpose of helping people live longer, healthier, happier lives.
The Collective for Action on Obesity
The Collective is a platform for committed individuals and organisations from across the community to take on the obesity challenge together, with empathy and a whole of society perspective. The Collective so far has brought together community leaders from across a broad range of organisations with examples including large corporates, professional medical colleges, community and consumer groups, Indigenous organisations, State health departments, pharmaceutical and medtech companies, leading academic institutions and clinical experts.