This series brings together diverse groups of stakeholders–especially under-represented voices–providing a safe space for an open and honest discussion about shifting the power in global health.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shone a spotlight on existing systemic inequities, both in terms of health inequity and broader socio-economic inequities.
The enormity of the burden placed on health systems and societies by the COVID-19 pandemic continues to bring many of the major challenges of global health into sharp focus.
To redress the balance of power between saviour and saved, they envision a utopic global health fuelled by respect and humility, and motivated by an adherence to values based on rights, equity, and justice.
Trickle-down economics holds that the way to lift the poor out of poverty is to support wealth creation in those who are already rich.