All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Vaccinations for All

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Parliament dissolved, APPG activity paused for General Election

From Thursday, 30th May 2024 all APPGs will be dissolved for the General Election campaign.

The APPG on Vaccinations for All formally ceases to have status on 30th May 2024 and will not therefore be active until it is reconstituted in a new Parliament.

Strict parliamentary rules prohibit APPGs from making public comment, holding events, undertaking research, issuing communications, or allowing others to do so in their name during a General Election. They are also prohibited from any sort of campaigning.

The APPG is therefore not able to reply to public correspondence or media inquiries during this time.

Until it is reconstituted, the APPG’s website will not be updated. Existing content, and the group’s membership list, should be considered historic.

We hope to be able to reconstitute the APPG on Vaccinations for All in the next Parliament.



The goal of this APPG is to raise the political profile of the importance of routine vaccinations around the world and within the UK, and encourage the UK Government to provide the leadership and sustainable funding needed to confront the challenges of ensuring equitable access to vaccines for everyone, no matter where they live.

To read more about the APPG and its work, please visit our About page.


APPGs are informal cross-party groups that have no official status within Parliament. They are run by and for Members of the Commons and Lords, though many choose to involve individuals and organisations from outside of the Parliament in their administration and activities. For more information, please click here.