World Allergy Week

World Allergy Week 2024

Professor Bryan L. Martin, President of the World Allergy Organization (WAO), warmly welcomes you to World Allergy Week 2024 (23-29 June).

Each year, WAO highlights a disease topic that needs greater public awareness around the world. WAO Member Societies and the WAO Centers of Excellence participate locally or regionally. They hold educational events for the public as well as healthcare practitioners, or media events to promote general awareness of the disease topic, or other awareness activities based on local needs. WAO provides resources, hosts an international webinar, and disseminates educational information through various channels.


Join us for the free international World Allergy Week 2024 Webinar

25 June 2024, 8:00 am EDT (New York) | 12:00 UTC

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Get access to the free World Allergy Week 2024 webinar:

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World Allergy Week

Who should attend?
Anyone interested in the challenges of food allergies.

If you are a WAO Member Society or Center of Excellence

Activities for participation at the local and national level:
  • Add the logo to your society's and/or COE home page and link it to
  • If other formats are needed, please contact WAO Secretariat (

  • Note: World Allergy Week logo may not be resized or modified in any way. May not be used by industry or for commercial purposes.

  • Translate news releases and disseminate them nationally and include contact information for one or two subject experts in your society or center to speak about World Allergy Week and this year’s topic.

  • Share the infographic.

  • Conduct events in your area such as a news conference or educational programs. Contact television and radio stations and ask them to host World Allergy Week 2024 interviews with local allergy specialists.

  • Promote the webinar.

  • Use the hashtag #WorldAllergyWeek for your activities.

This page will be updated frequently. Resources including infographic and webinar details will be posted when available. For inquiries, contact