Let's come together at the 4th People's Health Assembly ! Fourth People’s Health Assembly taking place 15-19 November 2018 in Dhaka, Bangladesh
The latest edition of what remains the leading source for radical analysis in healthcare.
Call for applications to participate to the World Health Assembly in May 2018 PHM is preparing for watching the 71st World Health Assembly of W.H.O taking place from 21st to 26th May 2018 in Geneva.
UCU's fighting fund supports members involved in disputes
The Scottish Government is currently promoting the increase of forestry by awarding huge sums of money through the Forestry Grant Scheme. But this is being abused by some landowners. For example, th
Raise your voice to demand affordable, quality health care for every mother and newborn.
We are proud to launch our new animation film today. In this 1,5-minutes film we explain what we do to achieve a healthier world in which everyone has access to health care.
The Poverty and Inequality Commission's first report sets out the Commission's advice to the Scottish Government on its first Child Poverty Delivery Plan.
We cannot trust our government to fight America’s disgusting farming practices. Unless we mobilise, US livestock pumped full of antibiotics will harm us all, writes Guardian columnist George Monbiot
GDP has many flaws. We need a better way to measure economic progress.
It is no accident that practices of meditation and mindfulness have become so ubiquitous in our neoliberal times.
The government should give £10,000 to every citizen under 55, a report suggests.
Today Scottish Government published its implementation plan for a Scottish National Investment Bank. This proposal - spearheaded by Common Weal in our 2016 blueprint - has the potential to become one
Health Secretary Shona Robison has confirmed the Scottish Government will recommend the minimum price per unit of alcohol should be set at 50 pence.
Mon 19 Mar, 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm, Glasgow. Imagine a situation where you and everyone you know who lives in Scotland received the same minimum payment from the Government each month, regardless of your circumstances.
With a current international focus on equalities issues, how do we begin to operationalise desired equalities outcomes within complex organisations? Do we have an equalities culture within our organisations.
The City of Edinburgh Council's 1 in 5 project began in 2015 as a pilot in 6 schools. Now in 80 Edinburgh schools, the project has aimed to tackle poverty related stigma and inequality.
From Patient Engaged to Community Engaged Research to Enhance Health Services for People Who Use Substances Keynote: Dr Bernie Pauly, Canadian institute of Substance Use Research
UWS-Oxfam Partnership Policy Forum ‘Business as a force for good: Exploring best practice, the power of persuasion and the role of legislation’ International Women’s Day, Thursday, 8th March 2018
Our cities are experiencing sudden and rapid growth, we are seeing a shift in racial and economic demographics. Shifts that inevitably lead to shifts in political priorities that determine the distribution of resources for community based and social service organisations and initiatives.
Manchester International Law Centre is privileged to present "Rebalancing European Human Rights: Has the Brighton Declaration Engendered a New Deal on Human Rights in Europe?"
My Bookcase is taking up residency in the CCA Creative Lab, Glasgow, and welcome you to join for a group thinking session using the Socratic Dialogue format.
We invite you to join the discussion with our world-renowned speakers who will share their own stories and experience about leadership, influence, inequality, smart justice and our future.