Monthly Archives: May 2020

Book launch: The Uncounted, June 11th

The Uncounted will launch on June 11th with a webinar. Continue reading

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Right On Podcast 3: About the speakers

Meet the four activists in Right On Podcast 3: Karyn Kaplan, Margaret Mbira Omondi, Prem Pramoj, and Tina Alai. Continue reading

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Right On Podcast 3: Is violence against women (including trans women) on the rise?

Activists from Kenya, Thailand and the US compare notes on gender-based violence in the current crisis. Continue reading

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Is civic space closing in global health?

Leading international activists and journalists debate as part of the Graduate Institute’s 73rd World Health Assembly week. Continue reading

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Right On Podcast, Episode 2: Can we police our way out of the pandemic?

Coming May 15, with Edwin Bernard, Felicita Hikuam, and Mikhail Golichenko. Meg Davis moderates. Continue reading

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Contact Tracing Apps: Extra Risks for Women and Marginalized Groups

Data on health and individual movements can pose real threats for everyone—particularly for women and girls, and for marginalized and disfavored groups Continue reading

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