Call for case studies on problems accessing NHS care for migrants

Recent changes to health policy have made access to healthcare much more difficult for many migrants in the UK, and for many of our patients. To evidence the devastating effect we know these policies are having on many vulnerable people, we're calling on frontline providers to submit anonymous case studies which demonstrate the impacts they see in their daily work.Read more

Five reasons you’ll love the London to Paris Cycle

Love cycling? Fancy a challenge? Why not sign up for our London to Paris cycle ride. Open to all abilities, the ride takes place from 25-29 July 2018. We'd love you to join our team.Read more

MPs and doctors challenge Home Office access to NHS patient data

Responding to calls from our #StopSharing campaign, a cross-party committee of MPs has put the NHS' dangerous data-sharing deal with the Home Office under much-needed scrutiny. We told the committee how the sharing their confidential information makes migrant patients too afraid to access the healthcare they need.Read more

The border is brutal

The quest for refugees fleeing violence and looking for a safe place clashes with the realities of European borders. Read the testimony of our staff in Bulgaria.Read more


Doctors of the World is taking part in #GivingTuesday on Tuesday 28th November. Will you help our medical teams do something amazing?Read more

Patients in Europe are falling through the cracks

New research from our clinics across Europe describes the plight of individuals who are unable to access healthcare services and shows how healthcare systems are failing excluded people in need of treatment.Read more

Doctors of the World joins push to help civilians in Ukraine's forgotten conflict

We've joined with other humanitarian groups to help over 163,000 isolated people on both sides of this conflict.Read more

New research shows how NHS charges deter patients in need

Over a third of our patients affected by hospital charging have been deterred from getting care, including heavily pregnant women and cancer sufferers.Read more

Thank you for your supportive messages for Ahmad

Ahmad is a doctor and a Syrian refugee, who lives in London and volunteers at our clinic. Dozens of people have sent us supportive messages for him.Read more