Access to treatment is a high priority for most people with MS. Convince decision-makers that MS treatments should be available in all health systems.
Provide information on the number of people with MS and barriers to accessing healthcare to key decision-makers in your country.
MSIF published all its annual reviews and financial statements online
We are the only global network of MS organisations
Many people with MS experience delays in diagnosis and are often misdiagnosed. Consider what can be done to improve awareness and improve early diagnosis.
We are a unique global network of MS organisations with 48 members from around the world, and links to many others
A 10-year global action plan that aims to improve the lives of people living with neurological conditions including MS
Advocacy examples from the global MS movement to inspire you today.
Your guide to successful advocacy. Tools and resources for healthcare professionals, MS organisations and people affected by MS to support their advocacy efforts to improve access to MS healthcare.
Protecting and advocating for the rights of people with MS is at the heart of our work
The Atlas of MS is inspiring countries to tackle MS-data gaps. Find out how MS organisations are harnessing the power of data to advocate for change.
The global MSIF movement's seven principles to improve quality of life with MS
The Convention was adopted by the UN General Assembly in 2006
You can make a real difference for people living with MS around the world just like our fundraisers
The Corporación Esclerosis Múltiple Chile shares the secrets of their success in improving access to treatment.
MS organisations campaign for better access to treatments in Morocco.
Highlights from World MS Day 2019
The UK MS Society met up with Brooklyn rapper and record producer Masta Ace to talk about music and life with MS
MSIF staff paid a special visit to India this month to launch an exciting new collaboration with the MS Society of India.
“My MS, My Needs” survey results help MS Ireland to improve services and advance advocacy work for people with MS.
MS is associated with high costs for MS patients, their families, and society as a whole
Fly for MS is raising awareness of MS in an unusual way
On 21st October, MS Ireland launched a report on the costs of multiple sclerosis to Irish society
There are two World Days coming up which will be of interest to the global MS community.
People can share a thank-you message by email, by post or on social media
MS Society of Canada asks Canadians whether they will flee or fight when it comes to MS
27 May is World MS Day - the only global awareness raising campaign for MS
Highlights from some of the events that took place around the world
The post-2015 development agenda will be launched in New York in September 2015
The theme for 2015 will be access, and the campaign will celebrate breaking down barriers to living with MS
MS International Federation calls on the UN to ensure new global goals benefit all - including people affected by MS
The MS International Federation encourages everyone affected by MS to sign the declaration
The register aims to address the recognised lack of relevant MS data at European level
Monday 2 December was the International Day for Persons with Disabilities
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a progressive disease of the nervous system