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Cover photo for article, "Investing in public health systems is a global common good" by Agnes Soucat and Rajat Khosla.
By Agnès Soucat and Rajat Khosla The COVID-19 crisis has shed a brutal light on the […]
Poster for webinar: Who benefits from undermining breastfeeding?
Convened by UNU-IIGH and TWN The substitution of breastfeeding with artificial commercial milk formula (CMF) feeding […]
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 global health enterprise has contributed to improving the wellbeing of people and increasing access to health services.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shone a spotlight on existing systemic inequities, both in terms of health inequity and broader socio-economic inequities.
The Commission has been set up with the explicit and uncompromising aim to move beyond the evidence to catalyse action on gender and global health.
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.