Medact member Dr. Thusiyan Nandakumar outlines Sri Lanka’s militarised response to the coronavirus pandemic, arguing that it is entrenching institutionalised discrimination in the country.
In this blog, Dr. Tumbi Otudeko questions the provision of universal healthcare in UK prisons, discussing health disparities facing the prison population.
Campaigns Assistant, Aiyan Maharasingam, explores the hidden health crises facing those held in the UK prisons and detention centres during the coronavirus pandemic.
Medact campaigns assistant, Aiyan Maharasingam, examines whether the police are an appropriate instrument of public health policy during the coronavirus pandemic.
A number of members of Medact from the Nuclear Weapons Group (NWG) have produced a paper for submission to Labour’s International Policy Commission Defence Review. The submission is based on […]
Tilman Ruff, an expert on immunization who consults with the WHO and the Australian Red Cross, is Co-President of IPPNW and former president of the Australian affiliate, MAPW. He serves […]
‘A little understood, unfamiliar war’ – US defence secretary Donald Rumsfeld, resignation speech, November 8, 2006 Medact’s five earlier Iraq reports presented data on health and health services, and thus […]