No Forced Vaccines submission to Pharmac consultation on changes to funded vaccines

In 2016, Pharmac (the NZ government agency responsible for deciding which medications will be subsidised by the NZ government for New Zealanders) announced a consultation on proposed changes to the vaccines funded in NZ. No Forced Vaccines prepared a submission for this consultation, which closed on June 20. You may read the submission at the link below:   No Forced Vaccines submission on Pharmac Vaccine Consultation June 2016 for website   Pharmac’s announcement of its decision following the consultation may be read at this link:...

No Forced Vaccines submission on NSW Public Health Act consultation

Introduction:  While No Forced Vaccines is a NZ-based organisation, there are some members who live in other countries, including Australia, hence the contribution of a document to a consultation on proposed changes to the Public Health Act in NSW, Australia. The No Forced Vaccines submission may be downloaded below: No Forced Vaccines submission to NSW Public Health...

No Forced Vaccines submission on No Jab No Pay legislation

No Forced Vaccines contributed a submission to the Australian Federal government following the call for submissions on the proposed “No Jab No Pay” legislation. The No Forced Vaccines submission is submission number 323 on the bill and may be downloaded from the Australian website government website via this link: http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Senate/Community_Affairs/No_Jab_No_Pay/Submissions Over 90% of submissions that were received on the No Jab No Pay bill but despite this the bill was passed by the Australian government....

No Forced Vaccines contributions to the Health Select Committee Inquiry

No Forced Vaccines contributed to the 2012 “Inquiry into improving health outcomes and preventing child abuse with a focus from preconception until three years of age.” The submission was drafted by No Forced Vaccines’ spokeswoman Katherine Smith.  It was then sent out to everyone in the group so that  corrections could be made and the diverse range of health professionals who are members of No Forced Vaccines, as well as parents and grandparents could contribute their perspectives. The submission may be downloaded from this link: http://www.parliament.nz/resource/mi-nz/50SCHE_EVI_00DBSCH_INQ_11221_1_A239186/9e2640cef12c6740f68afe4ddab203e69d43bbf2   In addition, a Supplementary Submission for No Forced Vaccines was made by Mischele Rhodes.  This document describes her experiences after her previously health baby son developed health problems  following routine vaccinations. It may be downloaded from this link: http://www.parliament.nz/resource/mi-nz/50SCHE_EVI_00DBSCH_INQ_11221_1_A258987/3f3bdfe29deac973cb8a26eb46f070304c1ea7bc   In addition Christopher Savage, a former police officer, contributed a hard copy document (in the form of a Statutory Declaration) which was posted to the “Inquiry into improving health outcomes and preventing child abuse with a focus from preconception until three years of age” as a further Supplementary Submission in support of No Forced Vaccines. This document does not appear to be on the Parliamentary website.  However, a scanned version of the document is below. Christopher Savage’s contribution describes his work on cases in which children died following adverse reactions to vaccines. Christopher Savage Statutory Declaration Page 1` Christopher Savage Statutory Declaration Page 2 Christopher Savage Statutory Declaration Page 3 Christopher Savage Statutory Declaration Page 4 Christopher Savage Statutory Declaration Page 5 Christopher Savage Statutory Declaration Page...