For a primer on each of the six key components of the Healthcare Is a Human Right model, check out our Campaign Kit. To find a specific resource or tool, search for it in our Resource Library. And if you are a campaign organizer and have any feedback on how we could make any of this more useful, please let us know.
“From listening to folks’ stories, I’ve realized the vast difference between having health insurance and having health care. People desperately want and need access to good quality care. Their health care stories function as a journal of both human suffering and healing. Conducting surveys is collecting evidence, and the evidence shows that people want to be treated with dignity, whether they are in a moment of vulnerability or in a moment of strength. Every conversation and every survey leads to the same conclusion: health care is a human right.”
– Peggy Marchand,
member of the Southern Maine Workers’ Center