Everything you need to know about the Prevent duty in health, the so-called “independent” review of Prevent, and how we can challenge Prevent in this new blog, written by two members of our Securitisation of Health group.
Roman Gnaegi and Catia Confortini As members of the Medact Research Network (MRN), writing the chapter “Conflict and Health in the Era of Coronavirus” for Global Health Watch 6 was a great opportunity to […]
Medact members have called for a non-militarised response to Russia’s aggression in Ukraine, rejecting calls for increased UK military spending. Responding to an article in the BMJ by Martin McKee […]
An open letter by mental health professionals to express concern over the negative impact of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill on young people’s mental health and escalation in ‘criminal’ behaviour.
This is a guest blog for the Patients Not Passports No Borders in the NHS Week of Action by Kirit, a nurse in the NHS, exploring the impacts of COVID-19 and the Hostile Environment on access to healthcare for marginalised people.
The climate crisis is the greatest public health threat of the 21st century. With this action, doctors of Scotland can help send a message to those in power at COP 26.
Join us in writing to the Home Secretary to oppose policies that are so clearly causing harm to asylum seekers.
If you live in the East Midlands and work in health then please consider signing this letter calling on the Councils to stop investing in fossil fuels. The Councils of […]
Gay Lee, a nurse in England, explains why she as a health worker opposes the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) arms fair.
Dr. Ruth Arnold, a GP in England, explains why she as a health worker opposes the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) arms fair.