Stop the WHO Campaign

Please get involved in our "Calls to Action" and publicise the campaign on social media

UKMFA are joining grassroots campaign groups in the UK and around the world in opposing the proposed WHO Pandemic Treaty and the new and proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations (2005).

It is important to understand that these are separate and unrelated issues, but individually and combined represent a major power-grab and threat to national and individual sovereignty by the unelected and unaccountable WHO. This is explained in detail by UKMFA CEO, Dr Elizabeth Evans, in this article written for TCW.

CALL TO ACTION: PETITION to sign and share: "Hold a parliamentary vote on whether to reject amendments to the IHR 2005".

CALL TO ACTION: PANDA Template Letter to MP - send to alert your MP to your concerns regarding the proposed "WHO Pandemic Treaty".


The policy briefing papers and articles below explain in detail the two separate issues of the WHO Pandemic Treaty and the IHR Amendments, and outline how they both seek to bring about a  highly significant change to global public health governance, in a way that would permanently undermine and even remove national sovereignty in a health emergency.

  • UsForThem - Briefing Paper on the WHO Pandemic Treaty and IHR Amendments.
  • WCH Policy - Brief on IHR Amendments and Pandemic Treaty to counter the WHO’s monopolisation of global health.
  • Brownstone Institute - Amendments to WHO's International Regulations: An Annotated Guide by David Bell.
  • Top 6 Reasons to Speak Out Against the Proposed Amendments to the IHRs by James Roguski. For detailed information and updates on the various international campaigns to #StopTheWHO and #ExitTheWHO subscribe to James's Substack.

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