To mark the imminent release of the film The Plan, we publish this piece by Sam Mason, a campaigner for the New Lucas Plan, explaining the history and present of workers organising for a transition away from socially destructive jobs to those for the good of society.
We held a meeting on 30 September 2019 to discuss the intersections between health, war, the arms trade and human rights.
With the DSEI arms fair underway, Daniel Flecknoe and Dr Ahmed Razavi outline the public health impacts of armed conflict, and argue that the UK government’s sale of arms to countries such as Saudi Arabia makes them an accessory to war crimes.
After joining protests outside the DSEI arms fair earlier this month, we are holding a meeting to discuss the arms trade, war and health.
Our open letter in protest against the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) arms fair in London this September – fighting to stop the sale of arms to countries complicit in mass human rights abuses.
The following letter was sent this week on behalf of all those from members of IPPNW gathered at the York Health Through Peace Congress to British Prime Minister Theresa May, […]
Dr Rosemary Field To Philip Dunne MP Minister of State (Ministry of Defence) Email: [email protected] Re: DSEI 15-18 September 2015 I am writing to you on behalf of the Nuclear Weapons […]
On October 13th 2012, Medact released its report “Drones: the physical and psychological implications of a global theatre of war“. In the past decade, there has been an exponential increase […]