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Due to the COVID-19 crisis meetings are all VIRTUAL.   There are many. Please let us know if you would like to be kept informed.

WHO May Host Virtual World Health Assembly May 18 – COVID-19 To Be Main Agenda Item

For the first time ever, the World Health Assembly appears set to meet in a one-day virtual session on May 18, which would be devoted largely to debate the global COVID-19 pandemic, sources told Health Policy Watch on Tuesday.  European Union member states are hopeful that a draft WHA resolution to create a voluntary patent pool of new COVID-19 health technologies could be approved in the rapid-fire session – and they are holding daily worldwide consultations with WHO member states online, with the hopes of sealing a deal on the potentially game-changing resolution in time for the WHA meeting.

WHO Executive Board Meeting, February 3-8th


Baby Milk Action AGM 2019  Saturday 8th June 2019 2-5pm

German-speaking Lutheran Church in East Anglia, 4 Shaftesbury Road,
Cambridge,  CB2 8BW (aprox 15 minute walk from Cambridge Station).

Tigers screenings in the UK:

  • 10th March, 11am, The Palace Cinema, Longridge, Preston. Tickets.
  • 13th,14th, 19th March, Theatr Clwyd, Mold TICKETS
  • 15th March for 7 days, Watermans Cinema, Brentford TICKETS
  • 18th March 6pm, Phoenix Cinema, ObanTICKETS
  • 20th March, 8pm, Picturehouse, UCKFIELD + Q&A with Fiona Duby and Patti Rundall TICKETS
  • 21st March, 8pm White River Cinema, St Austell TICKETS
  • 23rd March 10am-12noon,  Broadway Cinema, Broad Street, Nottingham,  Q&A with Dr Diamond Emmanuel, Syed Aamir Raza, Patti Rundall  TICKETS
  • 23rd March, 2.15 and 6pm and 25th March 6pm, 26th March 8.20 pm, Light House Cinema, The Chubb Buildings, Fryer Street, Wolverhampton. TICKETS
  • 24th and 27th March, Mareel Cinema, Shetland  TICKETS 
  • 25th March, Frontline Club, London, followed by Q&A with Syed Aamir Raza, Andy Paterson, Patti Rundall and Cat VilliersTICKETS
  • 25th March, Arts Cinema, Aberystwyth (part of the WOW Festival) TICKETS
  • 26th March, The Birks Cinema, Aberfeldy  TICKETS
  • 27th March, Picturehouse, Cambridge  followed by Panel Discussion with Syed Aamir Raza, Andy Paterson and Patti Rundall. TICKETS
  • 28th March (Matinee), MAC Cinema, Birmingham  TICKETS
  • 3rd & 10th April, Plough Arts Cinema, Torrington TICKETS
  • 8th April, Dublin, Lighthouse  to register interest forTICKETS
  • 13th April, Home, Manchester Saturday, 6.20pm TICKETS
  • 19th & 24th April, Arc, Stockton TICKETS
  • 23rd April, The Depot, Lewes Q&A TICKETS
  • 29th April, Kinoculture, Oswestry TICKETS
  • 8th May, Gulbenkian, Canterbury  Q&A TICKETS
  • 9th May, Reading Film Theatre, Reading TICKETS
  • 30th May, Filmhouse, Northampton Q&A
  • 2nd June,  The Gaiety, Ayr,
  • 4th June, 7pm, Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy, Fife TICKETS
  • 9th June 7pm Penicuik Cinema at Penicuik Town Hall
  • 12th June, Robert Burns Centre Film Theatre, Dumfries
  • 19th June, Broadway Cinema, Letchworth  TICKETS
  • 20th June, Riverfront, Newport TICKETS
  • 9th July, Savoy cinema,  Corby TICKETS
  • 15th July Quad Cinema, Derby
  • 20th July, Palace Longridge, Preston
  • 4th August, Sunday, 13.00. The Prince Charles Cinema,  London Leicester Square,   TICKETS

Tigers showing in 2018

* • 16 November 2018, 19:30: Effraspace, London.
* • 17 November 2018 : Effraspace, London.
* • 18 November 2018: Effraspace, London.
* • 22 November 2018: Omniplex, Craigavon
* • 29 November 2018: Brunswick Moviebowl, Derry.
* • 5 December 2018: Lexi Cinema, Kensal Rise, London.
* • 8 December 2018: Rex Cinema, Wareham.
* • 10 December 2018 Picture House Central, London.
* • 10 December 2018, 11:00 and 18:00: Belfast.
* • 16 January 2019 Vue Cinema, Portsmouth.


  • January 22-27:  142nd WHO Executive Board Meeting, Geneva  CLICK HERE for our interventions.
  • April 20th: Global and Political Context in Midwifery  third year module, BSc Midwifery students, Kings College, London
  • April 27 -28:  Cuenca, Ecuador, Zero Hunger – III World Summit of Regions on Food Security and Sovereignty CLICK HERE for speakers  CLICK HERE  for Programme. Our Policy Director will be speaking on “Conflicts of interest and the health protection of infants and young children”
  • May 12th Baby Milk Action members annual general meeting, Cambridge. Members elect our Board of Directors from the membership and the 2016 Julie Crawford award will be presented  Join today.
  • May 15th APPG  Infant feeding and Inequalities
  • May 15th BFLG meeting
  • May 21-26th, 71st World Health Assembly, Geneva.  CLICK HERE for papers
  • June 1st. Platform for Action on Diet, Physical Activity and Health, Luxembourg
  • July 2-6th Codex Alimentarius Commission, Rome
  • July 10th APPG  Infant feeding and Inequalities


13 May 2017: Baby Milk Action members annual general meeting, Cambridge. Members elect our Board of Directors from the membership. Join today. Papers for the AGM are available here.

30 October – 5 November 2017International Nestlé-Free Week. A time for people who boycott Nestlé over the way it pushes baby milk to do more to promote the boycott – and for those who don’t boycott to give it a go. Campaign ideas and resources.

For dates of forthcoming demonstrations in our say NO to formula companies sponsoring health workerscampaign see the following pages: