The 2018 Sydney Vaccination Conference (SVC 2018) will be held on Saturday June 30th. The conference will focus on Australia’s current censorship of the vaccination issue.
Australia’s top independent vaccine experts will be speaking. The 4 hour conference is organised by volunteer group Australia Let’s Talk About Vaccines. Tickets are available on eventbrite.
The SVC 2018 will cover topics including the following:
◼ Why can’t we talk about vaccines?
◼ Why are the media, pharmaceutical companies and industry lobby groups dictating government vaccination policies?
◼ More importantly, can mandatory vaccination policies actually protect our health?
The conference will look at science and accountability in the vaccination industry. This includes the urgent need for an adequate active vaccine adverse events surveillance system to be put in place in Australia. The conference will also focus on the need for conflicts of interest with pharmaceutical companies to be made transparent at ALL levels of the current vaccination system in Australia.
SVC 2018 will include the following speakers:
◼ Australian INDEPENDENT vaccine expert, Judy Wilyman PhD
Author of the website Vaccination Decisions: Know Your Vaccines
◼ Brian Martin, emeritus professor, University of Wollongong.
Author of Vaccination panic in Australia
◼ Elizabeth Hart.
Author of the website OVER-VACCINATION. Challenging Big Pharma’s lucrative over-
vaccination of people and animals.
◼ Jamie Mcintyre
Author of The Great Vaccine Con
◼ Meryl Dorey AVN
Founder of The Australian Vaccination Skeptics Network, 1994.
◼ Helen Lobato.
Author of Gardasil: Fast-Tracked and Flawed.
FROM JUDY WILYMAN PHD, UNIVERSITY OF WOLLONGONG:
“The public is entitled to know the risks of vaccination because this is a medical procedure, and as such informed consent of both the risks and benefits is required by law. This should not be dismissed as anti vaccination as all medical products and procedures need to be assessed by those receiving them.
The active surveillance of adverse events after vaccines is not happening effectively in Australia. Safety testing of the vaccines used is also not as good as it could be.
There are many areas for improvement in this issue, and our children are worth ensuring the best and safest policies possible. Evidence-based research cannot be described as a conspiracy theory, and it needs to be debated in the public interest.”
Dr Wilyman is an expert in her field. She has completed an extensive thesis through The University of Wollongong, ‘A Critical analysis of the Australian Government’s rationale for its vaccination policy.’ This covers every aspect of both Australian and worldwide vaccination policy, and the pharmaceutical company influences that you MUST be informed about!
ABOUT BRIAN MARTIN, EMERITUS PROFESSOR, UNIVERSITY OF
Brian Martin is an emeritus professor at the University of Wollongong, Australia, and vice president of Whistleblowers Australia. He is the author of 17 books and hundreds of articles on dissent, scientific controversies, nonviolence, democracy, education and other topics. He will be speaking on his new book, ‘Vaccination panic in Australia.’
In 2009 in Australia, a citizens’ campaign was launched to silence public criticism of vaccination. This campaign involved an extraordinary variety of techniques to denigrate, harass and censor public vaccine critics. It was unlike anything seen in other scientific controversies, involving everything from alleging beliefs in conspiracy theories to rewriting Wikipedia entries. ‘Vaccination Panic in Australia’ analyses this campaign from the point of view of free speech.
Brian Martin describes the techniques used in the attack, assesses different ways of defending and offers wider perspectives for understanding the struggle. The book will be of interest to readers interested in the vaccination debate and in struggles over free speech and citizen participation in decision-making.
For questions and interviews please contact The 2018 Sydney Vaccination Conference Event Team via email at email@example.com or from our Freedom of Choice website.
The SVC 2018 takes place on June 30th, 2018 in the Cronulla area 12.30 – 5pm. Members of the general public will examine the latest developments in government vaccination policy and the current climate of censorship of debate on this issue.
The SVC 2018 is organised by volunteer group Australia Let’s Talk About Vaccines. It is open to the general public. Tickets and further information can be found here:
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