Health & Climate Justice at COP 26

Far from being just a future prospect, it is clear that many regions of the world have long since started to feel the impacts of climate change. These impacts pose the greatest challenge to global health in the 21st century. However, they are not distributed equally....

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.