A world where everyone, regardless of age or life stage, has the opportunity to be vaccinated and shield themselves from vaccine-preventable diseases.
The Coalition for Life-Course Immunisation (CLCI) is a vibrant European network of experts, public health advocates, academics, and healthcare professionals. Our commitment is to prevent infectious diseases throughout all stages of life by promoting the benefits of broad-scale immunisation.
At CLCI, we firmly believe that vaccines are not just for children. Instead, we see immunisation as an essential part of daily life for everyone, regardless of age or life stage. From infants to grandparents, industry leaders to front-line workers, pregnant mothers to chronic disease patients – we advocate for comprehensive immunisation because we understand that disease-causing bacteria and viruses do not discriminate and pose a health risk to everyone.
As healthcare professionals remain a trusted source of vaccine information, we encourage them to champion immunisation actively, helping restore public confidence. We hope the resources and information on our site empower you to join this crucial conversation, engage with the public and policy-makers, and ensure optimal vaccine coverage.
Success for CLCI means a more informed and protected society. Our mission starts in Europe, aiming to identify and propagate the best life-course immunisation policies and practices. We strive for widespread acceptance through educating and informing patient groups, healthcare professionals, regulators, and policy-makers.
Our sponsors and funders
Coalition for Life Course Immunisation (CLCI) is a charity registered in Belgium and the United Kingdom.
Primary registration (Belgium)
Dreve du Pressoir 38
ASBL number: 0772.991.812
Secondary registration (United Kingdom)
England & Wales Charity Commission
Horts House Uley
Contribute to global public health policy and protect population health.
Stride forward with us to prevent disease through widespread immunisation. Together, we can redefine health landscapes and contribute to a world where everyone, regardless of age, can be protected from vaccine-preventable diseases.