Watch our Peace and Security Campaigner, Reem Abu-Hayyeh, lead a reading group for our friends at Campaign Against the Arms Trade on the topic of Coronavirus and the Arms Trade.
In this blog, Dr. Tumbi Otudeko questions the provision of universal healthcare in UK prisons, discussing health disparities facing the prison population.
The Medact Research Network will be convening for a Peace & Security research meeting on Wednesday 15 July, 6.30pm – 8.00pm. Further details on how to join the meeting will […]
In response to the sentencing of 11 Turkish doctors to 20 months in prison for a statement made against the military offensive in Afrin, Syria, Medact has urged the UK […]
See the latest speakers and sessions for the coming Medact Forum / IPPNW World Congress
In September 2017, Medact and the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) are bringing together a gathering of people from the health and peace communities to discuss […]
Medact’s new report on the long-term impacts of the British military’s recruitment of children under the age of 18, presents evidence linking ‘serious health concerns’ with the policy, and calls […]
What follows is the text of a letter sent by Medact Member and trainee GP Sarah Alhulail to Dr Liam Fox MP, Secretary of State for International Trade, and a former […]
Rohan Talbot is Campaigns and Media Officer at Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP), a partner organisation in the Health through Peace movement. The Medact Refugee Solidarity Group (MRSG)** supports MAP’s campaign […]
By Oliver Yerby, member of the Medact Arms and Militarisation (MAM) group.* Oliver is a fourth year medical student studying in Nottingham with a particular interest in peacebuilding, human rights […]