European Forum for Vaccine Vigilance
We Stand for Freedom of Choice In Vaccination For All Europeans

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Opinion against mandates

When the Supreme High Court of the USA first ruled in favor of mandatory vaccination it did this only on the ground of  ‘imminent danger’ during a smallpox epidemic, warning against ‘unreasonable assertions of state power’. During WWII, many...

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Open letter to the WHO

Open Letter from International Organisations to the WHO on the Issue of Vaccine Safety To the World Health Organisation and those attending the meeting of the Global Vaccine Quality Control Laboratories Network (Rome 25th-27th September...

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Vaccine Hesitancy

Resolution on Vaccine Hesitancy In a resolution (Tuesday March 20th) MEPs stated their concern that current evidence shows gaps in vaccine coverage and hesitancy among the public to be vaccinated against vaccine preventable diseases. They are worried...

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Vaccine Safety

Primer on vaccine safety This primer on vaccine safety was prepared after requests to address vaccine safety during a period of consultations on vaccination including mandatory vaccination across the European Union. This document does not address...

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Who we are

The EFVV (European Forum for Vaccine Vigilance) is an alliance of member-organisations and individual members from 25 European countries.  Our member-organisations consist of consumer groups and pro-choice groups whose members in turn include medical professionals and scientists. Their combined memberships exceed 100,000. We call on all Europeans to stand together in a demand for a united vaccination policy based on freedom of choice and informed consent.  We believe that mandatory vaccination is not only a serious risk but a violation of human rights and dignity.  We therefore demand transparency and caution as well as recognition and concern for the many vaccine-injured in Europe and beyond.

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