A Better Way

For Health, Freedom, and Sovereignity

Our Mission Statement

The World Council for Health is a non-profit initiative for the people, that is informed and funded by the people. Our global coalition of health-focused initiatives and civil society groups seeks to broaden public health knowledge and sense-making through science and shared wisdom. We are dedicated to safeguarding human rights and free will while empowering people to take control of their health and wellbeing.

There is a better way and we are committed to creating it together with you!

Who we are

The World Council for Health Australia (WCH Aus) is a Country Council of the World Council for Health (WCH). The WCH was Founded in 2021 and is a non-profit initiative of EbMCsquared CiC, a community interest organization. World Council for Health is guided by its international Coalition Partners, Steering Committee, Volunteers, and Support Staff.

Our Vision

We believe in a healthy world, where everyone enjoys information transparency, access to proven medicines, and real action in the face of disease – while respecting each individual’s personal health decisions, without fear of discrimination or persecution. We believe in a world where we keep our water and air clean, food uncontaminated, and families together

What we do

The World Council for Health brings to the table the world’s best health advocates, doctors, innovators, and activists fighting to achieve good health for all. We work collaboratively with 200+ organizations in 45 countries to advance public health knowledge and sensemaking. Together, we take action to defend health freedom and promote healthy lifestyles.

Better Way Charter

7 Principles of a Better Way

This document sets out the issues and actions proposed. It is a reference point for World Council for Health partners, communities, and individuals everywhere to continue this exciting work of co-creating a Better Way, one step at a time.

1

We act in honour and do no harm

We do our best to live by this law, and enact the principles within this charter by it.

2

We are free beings with free will

We take responsibility for, and control of, our lives, our choices and our health.

3

We are part of nature

We recognise that the well-being of people and planet are interdependent and we nurture both in equal measure.

4

Spirituality is integral to our well-being

People are spiritual and we thrive when life has conscious meaning and higher purpose.

5

We thrive together

We are inclusive and value our diverse, integrated, and collaborative community.

6

We value different perspectives

We celebrate respectful discussion as the means to ever more refined knowledge, compassion and wisdom.

7

We use technology with discernment

We recognise technology used respectfully will enhance learning and wisdom to benefit people and planet.

With courage, we do not tolerate:

* freedom of speech, freedom of movement, freedom of assembly, the right to free and informed consent, the right to bodily integrity, and that everyone is innocent before proven guilty.

8

The People’s Principle

What principle would you add and how might you implement these principles into your everyday life?

Values

Freedom

Freedom is the right to say, think and do whatever you want to do without being limited. Everyone has this innate human right. It is our responsibility to use it wisely.

Integrity

We value honesty, self-awareness, and a strong moral compass. These together make up integrity and it is important that we hold these in our hearts in order to create the foundations for change.

Empowerment

Through education and ethos, we empower people to step away from fear and engage more fully in living life. We do this by providing them with the resources to optimize their health and wellbeing so we might be able to step into our collective power.

Community

The strength of the World Council for Health is in its approach to collaboration. We are powered almost entirely by volunteers in our growing number of committees made up of scientists, medical practitioners, lawyers, activists, and patients. We work across borders dissolving barriers through international coalition partnerships united for the protection of humanity.

Transparency

World Council for Health is committed to clear and open communication. Many of the issues we see in the world today are a result of a lack of transparency and accountability, as well as censorship of important truths. We live stream out weekly General Assembly meetings and other events to the public so that anyone can tune in, listen and learn or rewatch later.

The ethos of the WCH is encapsulated in our logo…

The Apple is for good health and wholesomeness.

The Hand and Heart represent standing up and taking responsibility for our health, through love and community.

The Lungs symbolize breath in and out, showing us how opposites exist and work harmoniously together.

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We aim to empower you with information on practical ways we can all create a better way for a better world.