Our Mission

Reform the WHO

Take Back Control

Health policies that impact citizens' rights and freedoms must remain under the control of nation states - not unelected global bodies.  

Instead of one-size-fits-all treaties and mandates that dictate or put pressure on governments to implement measures that control people or tell them how to live their lives, the WHO should advise and facilitate global cooperation.

We call on our elected politicians to demand a review of existing WHO treaties and agreements at a national level with a focus on taking back control of national public health in areas where the WHO is interfering in domestic policy.

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Stop The Failures

Thousands died during the 2014-16 Ebola outbreak in West Africa and the 2003 SARS outbreak in Far East Asia, while millions more lost their lives during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The WHO acted slowly and incompetently to prevent the spread of these highly infectious diseases when it could have saved lives, and has never apologised, nor explained these failings, especially after it claimed there was no human-to-human transmission of COVID. Instead, with a delay of over a year before investigating the origins of COVID, the WHO allowed crucial data to slip through their fingers, and undermined global health security.

We call on national politicians to hold those responsible for these failings to account, and for the WHO to reform its processes so that the next outbreak is either prevented, identified and/or treated more quickly and effectively.

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Cut Costs

With over 8,000 staff, the WHO wastes too much money. An investigation in 2017, found it spent $200 million on travel; more than on AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria combined.

It is costing taxpayers almost US$ 7 billion in 2024-25 with US, UK and EU taxpayers currently paying the most, while also taking 100s of millions of dollars from non-State actors such as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

We call on countries to cut their contributions by halve and in turn force the WHO to cut its spending by 50%.

We also call on the WHO to stop taking money from private citizens and other non-State actors to avoid them gaining influence that may be used to undermine nation states.

Find out more and how much your country contributes here.

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Restore Freedoms

Individual freedom, personal responsibility, and bodily autonomy are principles that no organization should undermine, especially an unelected and unaccountable one.

Adults should be treated like adults, instead of the WHO bullying countries into treating its citizens like children through excessive regulations on food, alcohol, fizzy drinks, and vaping products that are 95% less harmful than smoking.

Public health decisions and policies should be made by nation states, and a review is needed among all countries to determine which powers need repatriating to nation states and their citizens.

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Stop the Pandemic Treaty

The WHO's mishandling of COVID-19, the2014-16 Ebola outbreak in West Africa, and the 2003 SARS outbreak in Far East Asia, prove that the WHO cannot be trusted to control or contain the next global pandemic.

Yet, the proposed new "Pandemic Treaty" will hand over unprecedented powers from countries to the WHO, that will give them mandates to control the global response when the next one occurs.

The WHO should not be dictating terms to countries and their citizens, so we call upon governments and politicians in all nations to reject this treaty by refusing to ratify it.

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