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Current UK calls to action

 Follow up on the ME debate. Send your MP an email thanking them for attending the House of Commons debate on ME on January 24th. You can also send them a summary of what happened if they didn’t attend using our online tools here
Support our UK work Suppport our UK work. Support and grow our UK work by donating to our UK fundriaser! #MEAction’s vision for the next few years is of powerful, local organising and outreach that is networked and coordinated for national and global impact. Donate now.

How to get involved

To get more involved in advocacy, education, and outreach in the UK, contact uk@meaction.net. You can also join a local Facebook group. Or, make an appointment to talk to a community organizer if you have questions about how best to get involved.


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Why people with ME need healthy allies

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On Sunday 29th of September, my husband, David, and our daughter, Rosslyn, are taking part in the Great Scottish Run 10K to raise money for #MEAction UK. As friends of #MEAction volunteer Emma Shorter and her family, David and Rosslyn have ... Read More

Greater London Authority Unrest screenings to raise awareness of ME

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The Greater London Authority’s offices have held two Unrest screenings over the past few months to raise awareness of myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). The screenings, held for staff, took place at Union Street and City Hall, and were part of ME ... Read More
Gigi riding a mobility scooter.

Gigi Update: Lewisham Hospital Removes Gigi’s Pain Medication, Leaving Her in Rising Pain

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An update on Gigi’s situation: Gigi’s family are launching an urgent appeal to find lawyers to bring their daughter, 17, home from Children's Ward in Lewisham Hospital, London. Her family is desperate to bring her home, but the hospital has ... Read More

A petition cloaked in the respectability of research

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#MEAction UK has written a letter with regards to a survey that states it is to protect specialist CFS/ME services in the UK. We do not recommend people fill in this survey. It is written in such a way that it ... Read More

#MEAction Responds to Attacks on ME Community in The Guardian and Psychology Today

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In the past two weeks, The Observer and Psychology Today US have published articles portraying the myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) community as an angry, misguided mob using social media to denigrate scientific research. Both articles focus on the criticism that Dr. Michael ... Read More

UK Teenager with Severe ME Threatened with Forced Institutionalization

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The ME community is rallying around 17-year-old Jehan “Gigi” who has been hospitalized with severe myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) in the UK, and is now being threatened with being sectioned  - forced institutionalization - against her will to a psychiatric hospital ... Read More

Aid Without Asking: How to Support Someone with ME

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The love of my life battles ME/CFS. It’s a disease that my father has also struggled with since I was a boy, so it’s one I know well. I knew life wasn’t going to be simple when we met, but ... Read More
#MEAction Scotland volunteer Gillian Grant

Volunteers: the bedrock of every #MEAction Scotland campaign

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Volunteers are at the heart of everything #MEAction Scotland does. We are always looking for more people to help make a difference and support our work in Scotland. Currently, #MEAction Scotland is run by a small group of volunteers, most ... Read More

Meet the #MEAction Staff: Espe Moreno

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I am delighted to be part of the series in which you are getting to know the #MEAction staff! My name is Espe and I am #MEAction's UK Coordinator. I am so honoured to be a part of the staff at ... Read More
People travelled from all over Scotland to attend #MillionsMissing Glasgow

Hundreds gather for #MillionsMissing Glasgow

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#MillionsMissing Glasgow on 12 May, 2019, was a huge success, and took place in glorious sunshine which is fairly unusual for this Scottish city! A crowd of around 400, many of whom had travelled from across Scotland, heard people with ... Read More