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The World Council for Health’s inaugural Better Way Conference brought together more than 60 internationally acclaimed speakers from the world of medicine, the environment, media, law, activism, and more for a three-day conference that attendees have called ‘historic’, ‘magical’, ‘awesome and inspirational’. The conference, held May 20-22 in Bath, UK, was funded entirely by grassroots contributions and attracted guest speakers from around the world including Robert F Kennedy Jr, Dr. Robert Malone, Dr. Alexandra Henrion Caude, Dr. Astrid Stuckelberger, The Highwire’s Del Bigtree, GB News’ Neil Oliver, Dr Peter McCullough and journalist Maajid Nawaz.

Ambitious in its agenda and delivery, the conference acted as a springboard for the creation of a new vision; mapping out the future of integrative healthcare and wellbeing rooted in sovereignty, informed consent, and personal empowerment. The conference gave a voice to the vaccine injured and shone a light on humanity’s ability to reclaim science, develop active communities, and revolutionise law and media to create a better way for a better world. 

Thousands of delegates from over 60 countries attended live, either in person or virtually, where they had the opportunity to ask questions of the speakers. Commenting on the opening conversation on how to reclaim science, one attendee observed, ‘this afternoon, I have seen real science in operation – the questioning, asking for evidence, consensus, then challenge with another opinion, a change of direction, more discussion! This is what should take place all the time.’

Dr Tess Lawrie said:

‘Over the last three days, the Better Way conversations have flowed without hindrance, like the mineral-rich waters that bubble out of Bath’s hot springs. The solidarity and commitment to a Better Way shown by our being together and sharing our different perspectives through respectful in person conversations, is the good medicine our worried world needs right now.’

Conference Director Zoe Strickland said:

‘It’s been the honour of my life to deliver this transformative, solutions-driven conference. We have a golden opportunity to shape a new vision for a fair, free and healthy future. The conference acted as a catalyst for diverse and important discussions that will help shape a positive new world.’

Conversation host and panelist Bret Weinstein said:

‘It was cathartic and fascinating to gather with so many Covid dissidents. The level of courage and good will was remarkable.’

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The Better Way Conference
http://www.betterwayconference.org

World Council for Health Better Way Conference News http://www.worldcouncilforhealth.org/news/


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t: +44 7427604964

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About the Better Way Conference:

20-22 May, Bath UK

The inaugural Better Way Conference was a three-day event held in Bath, UK May 20-22, 2022 that focused on solutions for a healthy new paradigm. In seven conversations, thought leaders from around the world gathered to forge a new, shared vision for integrative and empowered health. Master of Ceremonies, Del Bigtree, guided and engaged attendees throughout the event.

Conference attendees heard 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 during the three days of learning and collaboration.

About the World Council For Health

The World Council for Health is a non-profit organization for the people, that is informed and funded by donations from the public. 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. We are dedicated to safeguarding human rights and free will while empowering people to take control of their health and wellbeing.

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Maajid Nawaz, Dr. Robert Malone, Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche, and Bret Weinstein participate in a Q&A session following the first panel conversation: Reclaiming Science Together on May 20, 2022. Photo: Better Way Conference
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Conference organizer Dr. Tess Lawire addresses the crowd on the first day of the Better Way Conference in Bath, UK on May 20, 2022. Photo: Better Way Conference
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Conference speakers and attendees, including World Council for Health’s Shabnam Palesa Mohamed (in blue), raise their hands during the second day of the Better Way Conference in Bath, UK on May 21, 2022. Photo: Better Way Conference

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2 Comments

  1. What an incredible gathering of humanitarians collectively fighting to restore human rights, freedoms and true health to all. A privilege to have been in the same room with these heroes.

  2. Just reviewing the photos and links gives me joy. What a pleasure it was to be there. What a privilege.
    The question is, what now? What would make the most difference, be the wisest course, and help to further the goals?
    Channeling my “pigeon persona” and taking the message out into the world. 🕊

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