Homeopathy 6

Just a quick one before I head out.

Those following the Homeopathy series may remember that the clinic we’re objecting to is at the office of the Edinburgh University Settlement. This is an independent charity linked to the University through which graduates can volunteer in various ways. The homeopath at the clinic is a history graduate. Recently I’ve been emailing EUSA President Adam Ramsay, who appears to be sympathetic to our cause, over who best to contact at the University about this. He, along with everyone else it would appear, didn’t know what the links between the two are, but the best person to ask would be the University secretary. He then emailed me again and advised me that, since the Settlement is a totally separate organisation, it would be best to campaign directly against them, because any complaint to the University is likely to be a waste of time.

So, let’s just recap a little. We have an organisation which has been granted a privileged position on campus (it couldn’t be any more privileged, the office is within the union building), and is seen as a member of the university community (hence their inclusion in the Wellbeing Fair). This organisation is now promoting irrationality at our educational institution, and it seems they don’t answer to anyone! Brilliant!

There must be some link somewhere, else how would they have got the office right there? There are banks which hire premises on the other side of the building but I’m sure this is different. I think the key thing to do is to find out who agreed to have a homeopathic clinic at the Settlement. This person may be able to do something.

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3 Responses to Homeopathy 6

  1. Maria says:

    This is outrageous. Keep up the good work.

  2. Hi there,
    we’d be happy to talk about it. Many people from many different backgrounds use our Homeopathy service, we feel it is up to them if they want to and respect their decisions.
    Please email me if you’d like to set up a time for a meeting,
    Many thanks,

    Dan Gorman
    Programme Manager, Edinburgh University Settlement

  3. […] homeopathy saga continues… After my last post, Dan Gorman, the Project Manager at the Edinburgh University Settlement, got in touch with me and […]

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