Our primary objective as health workers is the duty of care to the patient in front of us. Government policies like Prevent jeopardise this duty and consequently public health. As health workers and members of the health community, our duty of care is to challenge any and all attempts at making caring professions into an arm of the Home Office or police.
Medact and Migrants Organise are looking to hire a web designer to design and create the web templates for a new Wordpress site that will consolidate our Patients Not Passports campaign web presence.
Check out our brand new booklets, developed by members of the Economic Justice & Health Group. Each explores the public health case for liveable incomes, secure housing and tax justice.
This briefing argues that the PCSC Bill’s expansion of police power and prisons will in fact harm public health
In this new briefing, our Climate & Health Group make the public health case for a transformative Green New Deal.
Join us in taking action to encourage your local council to support the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, by joining the ICAN Cities Appeal.
In this new briefing, our Economic Justice & Health Group shine a light on the UK government’s assumption that the health of the public and the economy are in tension.
On Friday 22nd January, the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons is entering into international law!
Help us spread the word about this historic event by joining our social media action at midday, and tune in to Musicians for Peace & Disarmament’s concert to mark the occasion in the evening.
When world leaders arrive in Glasgow for the COP26 climate talks in November 2021, they will have a critical choice to make: do we stick with business as usual, or do we lay the foundations for a fairer, healthier ecologically-sound future?
With a year to go until the COP26 climate talks in Glasgow, it’s time for the Scottish government to commit to serious action on climate change!