Health is an essential component of both social justice and humanity in general. When health care becomes commercialised and availability is based on capacity to pay, it creates hurdles for the poorest in society.

This is why Equality Today advocates for a holistic policy that targets the nexus between healthcare, poverty, inequality, and socioeconomic situations. We collaborate with partners to push for coordinated, accessible, and publically supported medical systems.

We collaborate with groups who understand that universal health care is a collective obligation, not a luxury dependent on economic forces. Luckily, our supporters understand the importance of research, education, and mobili the public.

Overseas, we assist in funding health services that are inaccessible due to conflict or institutional neglect. Moreover, as a feminist organization, we prioritize women’s equality in our commitment to addressing healthcare issues.