Health campaigners, NHS staff, MPs and trade unions come together for the NHS 75 Conference – Socialist Health Association


“The NHS was the product of community, union and political action and that is what it will take to defend the health service.”

Mark Ladbrooke, Chair of Socialist Health Association has said:

By the Socialist Health Association

Join us for the Socialist Health Association’s NHS 75 Conference, featuring campaigning NHS workers, union leaders, overseas workers, MPs, and we all who use the service on 1st July in Conway Hall, London.

The aim of the conference is to develop a way forward – determine the path out of privatisation and the market in the NHS. Rebuilding a publicly funded, publicly provided and publicly planned NHS underpinned by a public health approach in all government policies!

This SHA event is backed by: Doctors in Unite, Keep Our NHS Public, War on Want, RMT, and new endorsements are arriving daily.

Speakers include Zarah Sultana MP, Ian Byrne MP, Rosena Allin-Khan MP, migrant champions Cllr Hosnieh Djafari-Marbini and Aliya Yule from Migrants Organise, Lester Holloway from “The Voice” on Windrush, Asad Rehman from War on Want, researchers and activists Sally Ruane, Rathi Guhadasan, Faiza Shaheen, Liz Peretz and Benjamin Goodair, nurse campaigner Antonia Berelson, junior doctor Dan Zahedi from British Medical Association, Helen O’Connor from GMB, Riccardo la Torre from Fire Brigades Union, Onay Kasab from Unite, Alex Gordon from RMT, Tony O’Sullivan from Keep NHS Public, Hope Worsdale from Just Treatment, Coral Jones, Esther Giles and Caroline Bedale from SHA & more TBC.

Everyone welcome! SHA members and all others for our NHS.

Mark Ladbrooke, chair of the Socialist Health Association has said:

“The NHS was the product of community, union and political action and that is what it will take to defend the health service. It has never been more important to reassert the founding principles of the NHS, for a universal, publicly provided and planned health care. To provide the service we need adequate numbers of properly trained, supported and paid health workers not overworked, underpaid health professionals struggling with student debt, inadequate child care and poor housing.”

Featured image: Socialist Health AsSociation Banner. Photo Credit Socialist Health Association/Twitter

Leave a Reply