In our latest blog, Siddhartha Mehta and Sreeshna Jagadeesan discuss how we can work towards a health justice approach to future pandemic preparedness.
Our Economic Justice & Health Group have written a solidarity statement with health and social care workers opposing the proposed pay plan for NHS staff outlined by the Government.
Members of our Economic Justice & Health Group write in the BMJ discussing their experiences as frontline health workers during the pandemic, where they have had to treat both COVID-19 & the symptoms of harmful economic policies. Their article also draws upon the findings of our latest briefing paper, ‘Health Versus Wealth? UK economic policy and public health during COVID-19’.
A meeting for new and existing supporters to find out how to take part in Medact’s work towards economic change that centres health and wellbeing
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.
The pandemic has taken a massive toll on both lives and livelihoods in the UK. Yet this outcome could have been prevented.
Our rescheduled big meeting for everyone interested in being involved in the Medact Research Network will now take place on Tuesday 11th May.
Medact member, Dr Max Thoburn, discusses the connection between Indigenous Australian struggles for land rights and battles against health inequality.
Economic Justice & Health briefing call on our Just Response to COVID-19 campaign