8 January 2013
They Go To Die
Bringing TB and mining to the UK public
“If TB and HIV are a snake in southern Africa, then the head of the snake is here in South Africa. People come from all over the region to work in our mines and they export TB and HIV, along with thei...
6 November 2012
TB in Southern Africa's Mines
Regional issue; Global impact
Tuberculosis in Southern Africa’s mines is running rampant. Mine workers in the region have the highest rates of TB in the world, and an estimated 760,000 cases in Southern Africa are linked back to t...
2 October 2012
'New Minister, New Moment'
Time for renewed UK support for the Global Fund
On September 4th this year, David Cameron re-shuffled his cabinet. He promoted, demoted an sacked ministers from every department, from health to housing. The Department for International Development...
4 September 2012
Champions for Change
Demanding an education for disabled people everywhere
Despite repeated pledges from the international community, including making universal education the second Millennium Development Goal, there are still over 60 million children out of school. What's m...
7 August 2012
The world is watching
Providing a fair start in the race for universal education
In September this year the UK will host the Paralympic games, the pinnacle of life time of training for many disabled athletes. This provides us a unique opportunity to bring the issue of disabled chi...