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Angela Corrie’s Ben Nevis vow

On a recent holiday, BMA supporter Angela Corrie made a personal vow to climb Ben Nevis before her 70th birthday. Angela will be 70 in January and this is her story: “In my thirties, I lived in Scotland and did a bit of hillwalking but in 1986 moved to Hertfordshire then Suffolk and did very […]

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Transforming Women through Civil Resistance and Nonviolent Activism

  International Centre on Nonviolent Conflict- Webinar: Transforming Women through Civil Resistance and Nonviolent Activism This ‘Voices from the Field’ webinar, discussing women’s movements fighting for better livelihoods, ending violence against women, and supporting inclusion and rights in India, features majority-women campaigns from Bhopal and West Bengal. View webinar here: CLICK Reena Shadaan, a long-term […]

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Eye care needs in Bhopal Gas Disaster survivors still not met

A paper recently published in ‘Current Science’, by two ex-members of the ‘Students for Bhopal’ group, outlines unmet eye-care needs among survivors of the Bhopal Gas Disaster. “A more regular eye-care unit needs to be set up… in order to reduce preventable blindness and provide symptomatic treatment. Better government interventions and better public health policies […]

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"As an example of a holistic, environmentally-sound, community-focused and patient-centred approach to healthcare, the Sambhavna Clinic is way ahead of anything I have ever visited or worked in, anywhere in the world."

Dr John Hurst, Senior Lecturer, Honorary Consultant, UCL Medical School / Royal Free Hampstead NHS, London