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We campaign to ensure fair medical trade across the healthcare industry.
Workers producing healthcare equipment in developing countries are suffering labour rights abuses. The NHS spends £30bn a year to procure healthcare goods and more must be done to ensure fair medical trade across the industry.
The Medical Fair and Ethical Trade Group campaigns for fair and ethical trade in the production and supply of medical supplies. Find out why.
The following countries are key exporters for surgical and healthcare materials. Find out more about the ongoing investigations into the manufacturing processes.
Find out how these health organisations introduced fair and ethical trading standards into their procurement procedures.
We support the notion that those who use, procure, supply, or manufacture medical gloves should instigate policies to protect workers. Read our report.
In partnership with Swedish lobbying group Swedwatch, we undertook research on working conditions and labour rights in Pakistan.
You can be an advocate for change, influence purchasing decisions or lend support to the cause by raising awareness and asking questions.
We can provide you with and point you in the direction of tools and resources to help you raise awareness and fight for fair medical trade.
Ethical supply chain management is one of the greatest challenges facing business today. Attend our one day conference, 'Why business without ethics has no future in the health sector', being held in late 2016 at BMA House.
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