Australian Government Immunisation Policy

Australia’s National Immunisation Policy is not designed by the Australian government in response to Australian public health needs. Australia’s immunisation policy is based on recommendations provided by public-private partnerships within the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (GAVI).

This is an alliance that includes pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology companies, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the Rockefeller Foundation and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation etc. All partners have equal input into the recommendations for national vaccination programs. GAVI provides advice to the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the recommended vaccines are then presented to the 193 WHO member countries. Here is information about Australia’s National Immunisation Program (NIP) and the lack of evidence for its implementation.

Over the last two decades parents have become increasingly concerned about the science supporting government immunisation policies as the chronic illness in Australian children has increased 5-fold. Over this time the recommended schedule of vaccines for children has expanded from 7 diseases in the late 1980’s to 16 plus diseases in 2014. This has led many parents and professionals to investigate the science of vaccines and to set up websites presenting information about the risks of this medical intervention to the public.

Links to these websites can be accessed on the Pro-Choice In Vaccination page of this website.

The science on this website is supported by many doctors and all the science must be included in any public health policy (not selective science) to protect the health of the population.

A policy that is not open for debate by the public is indoctrination and not a policy that is based on evidence-based medicine that has been properly scrutinised. Here is a video of Dr. Kenneth Stoller discussing the cover up of the link between vaccines and autism. Here is more scientific information on the vaccine/autism link