As part of our 'In The News' series, we look at why the International Monetary Fund (IMF) needs to go further to truly reduce inequality.
Recent news suggests that there are plans underway to merge the Department for International Development (DFID) into the Foreign Office as part of a new government reshuffle.
A tribute to David Sanders by Ruth Stern- a Health Poverty Action trustee and a former senior researcher and lecturer in public health at the University of Western Cape in South Africa.
Please join us on December 4th to celebrate the phenomenal life of David Sanders, who dedicated his career to medicine, health and social justice.
This year marks a special World Food Day for Health Poverty Action as we launch our UK Aid Match appeal Happy Mums, Happy Tums to raise money for over 6,000 women and children in rural Sierra Leone so they can have better nutrition support.
We share updates on the aftermath of cyclone Idai in the Chimanimani district of Zimbabwe and explore why events like these can no longer be understood as 'natural'
It’s been a busy few days for us at Health Poverty Action as we travelled to Brighton to join the Labour Party Conference and The World Transformed
Join Health Poverty Action in supporting the Earth Strike on the 20th September 2019
Every year, Health Poverty Action is delighted to represent your voices at the Labour Party’s Annual Conference, held this year on the 21st - 25th September, where parliamentarians and delegates come together to determine the policy and direction of the Labour Party. If you are in Brighton please join us!
For World Hepatitis Day, we explore it's root causes and how we can expose and address them