Women Engage for a Common Future (WECF) is a non-profit network dedicated to gender justice and a healthy planet for all. Their international network consists of over 150 women’s and civil society organizations implementing projects in 50 countries. WECF has been working on chemicals & health related issues since its beginning in 1994 and advocates for non-chemical alternatives worldwide, based on three principles: polluter pays, reversal of the burden of proof and the precautionary principle. Plastics have always been an important topic for WECF; they contain many hazardous substances and contribute significantly to waste, which has significant impacts on both men and women’s health.
By joining the Plastic Health Coalition, WECF hopes to facilitate and support the process of filling essential knowledge gaps regarding plastics and health. 

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