In the following links you can find interesting documents about organ donation and transplantation in Europe:
- The European Kidney Health Alliance (EKHA) has prepared a Joint Declaration on the need to promote improvements in donation and organ transplantation in the European Union. The Declaration was sent to the European Commission on October 3, 2019 and presented at the annual Health Policy Platform event held on October 17 in Brussels. EKPF have been endorsed it. You can access the Declaration through the following link: http://ekha.eu/blog/the-joint-statement-of-the-thematic-network-on-organ-donation-and-transplantation-submitted-to-the-european-commission/
- 2017 Report on International Donation and Transplant Activities, now available on the website of the Global Donation and Transplant Observatory (GODT): http://www.transplant-observatory.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/glorep2017.pdf . The report provides a summary on the current situation and the evolution of these activities in the world.
- Handbook for Parliamentarians: The Council of Europe Convention against Trafficking in Human Organs (CETS No. 216). http://www.assembly.coe.int/LifeRay/SOC/Pdf/DocsAndDecs/STCE216-Handbook-EN.pdf. This manual provides a clear explanation of the value of the Agreement signed in Santiago de Compostela (Spain 2015) against organ trafficking, describes its provisions in detail and provides examples on how they have been transposed in the laws of the member states that have ratified the Convention.