First do no harm – Clinical roles in preventing and reducing damage to vulnerable immigration detainees

The available evidence shows that the objectives of significantly reducing the number of vulnerable individuals detained and the duration of their detention have not been achieved by the changes to policy and practice introduced since the initial review into welfare in detention of vulnerable persons produced by Mr Steven Shaw in January 2016.
In our submission to the new review we consider what has gone wrong, and make recommendations for what needs to happen to improve the situation.

How to Divest a Health Institution

Two years on from the release of our first report on health and fossil fuel investments, “Unhealthy Investments”, the divestment movement has grown exponentially and health institutions worldwide have made the decision to divest. To assist with this,...

Kinari Webb at Healthy Planet – “Radical Listening: Saving Lives and Rainforest in Borneo”

MD and Founder of Health in Harmony, Kinari Webb, shares her insights on her organisation’s work improving the lives of people in the communities around Gunung Palung National Park in Borneo through increased and affordable health care, decreased logging of the park and introduction of alternative incomes sources.