Author Archives: Meg Davis, Ph.D.

African key populations’ engagement with global health financing institutions: A rapid review

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TedX talk: The Uncounted – the people left out of health data

TedX talk on how stigma creates biased data in health. Continue reading

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Review of The Uncounted in Global Public Health journal

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The Persistence of Chinese Rights Defenders

Scholars have recently critiqued human rights as a purely Eurocentric construct that has failed to find wider appeal and is now on the decline. Some cite the apparent success of China’s repressive political regime in support of this argument, but … Continue reading

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Enter the Cyborgs: Health & human rights in the digital age

If we’re now all cyborgs, what use for human rights? Continue reading

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Right On 5: Why are we failing to end AIDS? Engaging with the politics of data

Experts explore the politics of data, human rights and HIV for the Right On podcast. Continue reading

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New paperback! And a chat with activists in the Uncounted

Paperback coming out, and recordings of a chat with civil society activists interviewed in the Uncounted. Continue reading

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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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