Join world-class speakers for seven game-changing conversations around health freedom this May

The Better Way Conference is a three-day event taking place in Bath, UK May 20-22, 2022 that focuses on solutions for a healthy new paradigm. In seven conversations, leaders from around the world will gather to forge a new, shared vision for integrative and empowered health. Master of Ceremonies, Del Bigtree, will guide and engage attendees throughout the three-day event.

Conference attendees will hear from Robert F Kennedy Jr., Dr Robert Malone, Dr Tess Lawrie, Maajid Nawaz, Dr Ryan Cole, Dr Alexandra Henrion Caude, Dr Pierre Kory, Dr Jackie Stone, Bret Weinstein, Neil Oliver and many more for three exciting days of learning, exploring, creating, and collaborating.

Hosted by the World Council for Health, the conference will be held in person in beautiful Bath, United Kingdom and will be broadcast online to virtual ticket holders. Bath has a longstanding reputation as a place of healing and inspiration; those joining the Better Way Conference in Bath will leave feeling not only inspired and motivated but rejuvenated as well. Everyone is welcome and physical and virtual tickets are available now at

During each 3-hour-long conversation, a panel of experts and professionals from around the world will focus on a different theme, including:

  1. Reclaiming Science Together
  2. Managing Covid-19 Health Consequences
  3. Fostering Active Communities
  4. Reclaiming and Revolutionizing Media
  5. Law, Justice & Human Rights
  6. Health, Environment & Sovereignty
  7. Innovate, Integrate & Meditate

Each of the seven scheduled conversations is geared toward exploring solutions and creating a better way forward for individuals and communities around the world. Attendees can expect to be challenged, inspired, and uplifted while traveling the path toward a healthy new paradigm rooted in freedom, empowerment, education, and integrity.

Full Line Up: Robert F Kennedy Jr, Maajid Nawaz, Dr Alexandra Henrion-Caude, Dr Robert Malone, Dr Tess Lawrie, Neil Oliver, Dr Peter McCullough, Dr Ryan Cole, Del Bigtree, Reiner Fuellmich, Bret Weinstein, Dr John Campbell, Dr Rob Verkerk, Lee Wai Ching, Dr Gilberta St Rose, Dan Astin-Gregory, Dr Jackie Stone, Dr Pierre Kory, Dr Flavio Cadegiani, Dr Astrid Stuckelberger, Dr Jessica Rose, Dr Paul Alexander, Kim Witczak, Dr Xavier Azelbert, Dr Stephan Becker, Dr Richard Urso, Avital Livny, Prof Dolores Cahill, Bongani Luthuli, Philip Hyland, Dr Christian Buckland, Sabelo Sibanda, Lois Bayliss, Dr Peter Chan, Pearl Kupe, Dipali Ohja, Feisal Mansoor, Mark Sharman, Omar Khan, Laura Anderson, Megha Verma, Fahrie Hassan, Yohan Tengra, Darren Deojee, Val Fraser, Dr James Todaro, Dr Marc Cohen, David Charalambous, Joy Warren, Catharina Roland, Menzi Maseko, Janine Gallizia, Nickita Starck, Karen Churchill, Kim Knight, Dr Heather Gessling, Phil Harper, Dr Kat Lindley, Shabnam P Mohamed, Dr Maria Hubmer-Mogg, Dr Jennifer Hibberd, and Christof Plothe


About World Council for Health

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

Key Facts about the Better Way Conference: 

  • Takes place 20-22 May 2022
  • The venue will be announced a week prior to the event
  • In-person and virtual tickets are available via the conference website:

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We are a people-powered platform for world health representing 190+ coalition partners in more than 49 countries.

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  1. This is great, and I’m glad you are going to address a broad spectrum of subject areas. This needs addressing too… UK Government Threatens To Privatise Passport Office & Driving License Agency Due To 10 Week Backlog…
    Why has there been no mention of the £37 billion, lost to the private sector, for the failed Track & Trace initiative in the context of a 10 week backlog at the UK Passport Office, (which, it has to be said, has been effectively delivering a very impressive tracking and tracing facility, on a relative shoestring, for well over a century)?

    And, why has there been no mention of the years-long waiting lists for vital treatments and surgeries within the largely privatised NHS? Surely these potentially life-threatening failures in provision are a whole lot more pressing than the need to update the address on a driving license?
    Read full article… it’s all important, and identifies how this more may be gravely cynical…