Monthly Archives: July 2020

The Politics of Global Health Data – a chat with Oxford RightsUp podcast

In the midst of COVID-19 lockdown, a chat about how politics shapes health data. Continue reading

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The silence at AIDS 2020 Virtual

Reprinted from Harvard Health and Human Rights Journal. For decades, the International AIDS Conference has successfully convened a massive biannual meeting, bringing together a diverse community of scientists, researchers, activists and officials, as well as a smattering of celebrities. At a … Continue reading

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Why are we failing to end HIV?

Reprinted from Medicus Mundi International blog, Med in Switzerland. Continue reading

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Health aid accountability and the politics of data

This webinar was organized on June 26, 2020 by the Kampala Initiative: Challenging Realities of “Aid”. Speakers included Dr. John Waters (Caribbean Vulnerable Communities) and Hayden Barthelmy (GrenCHAP), civil society activists from the Caribbean who successfully conducted an HIV study … Continue reading

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