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.
An online meeting to discuss the ways that health workers can take action on issues related to the Prevent duty in the NHS.
Highlights, updates and reflections from across our movement
A reflection and evaluation meeting for contributors to our recent Medact Research Network briefing on the PCSC Bill.
The World Nuclear Survivors Forum 2021 will bring together nuclear survivors and impacted communities around the world to virtually meet, learn about each other’s situations and needs, and share various actions and initiatives.
Elisabeth McElderry considers how the dual threats of nuclear weapons and climate change, and how to address them.
This briefing argues that the PCSC Bill’s expansion of police power and prisons will in fact harm public health
This will be the final Research Group meeting before our briefing launch on Monday 15th November.
What do you know about the Prevent counter-extremism duty in the NHS? Join us for an ‘alternative’ online training on Prevent.
As the government seeks to extend policing into spaces of healthcare, co-opt the language of public health, and introduce new practices which will worsen social inequalities rather than resolve them—resistance from the health community is vital.
The government has misleadingly branded the dangerous PCSC Bill a “public health approach” to combating serious violence. In response, we are putting together a briefing in support of the Kill The Bill movement.