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Policy and public affairs

Arthritis Research UK in Parliament

The Policy and Public Affairs team seeks to bring about change that enables people with musculoskeletal conditions to say “I am in control, independent and recognised”. We want to achieve a positive, tangible different to their lives and push back the limits of arthritis. We seek to do this by influencing Government and its associated bodies so that they can get the big decisions right.

  • We seek to understand problems and identify solutions that are within the gift of Government to take action on
  • We undertake activities to influence Government to take these actions
  • We want to involve our supporters and people with arthritis in asking Government to take these actions.
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    Our policy positions

    We work across many areas of policy to help people with arthritis say “I am independent, recognised, and in control”

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    Policy reports

    Our policy reports and spotlights aim to help policy makers to understand arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions and include data and analysis to influence policy development.

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    Resources for policy makers

    We work with parliamentarians and decision-makers to ensure arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions stay on the agenda.

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    Arthritis Champions

    Find out how UK MPs and MSPs can champion people living with arthritis in their local area.

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    Working in collaboration

    We work in collaboration with a number of other organisations and coalitions to represent people with arthritis.

For more information, go to www.arthritisresearchuk.org.
Arthritis Research UK fund research into the cause, treatment and cure of arthritis. You can support Arthritis Research UK by volunteering, donating or visiting our shops.