Author Archives: Meg Davis, Ph.D.

Winter Road: Rotterdam to Vilnius

Ghosts of the past and an independent artists’ republic, on the road across northern Europe. Continue reading

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The Winter Road: Harwich to Hook of Holland

Reflections on Brexit and Britain; first post on my journey from England to Finland. Continue reading

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Questions to ask about indicators in global health meetings

A list of reflection questions to consider if you’re in a global health meeting looking at a slide. Continue reading

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Video of panel discussion: Access to justice and sexual violence

It was an honor to moderate the panel discussion, “Justice denied? Access to justice for victims of sexual violence” for an audience of over 200 at ICRC’s Humanitarium on September 11, 2019.

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UK politics explained, with Pooh and Piglet

It all makes sense now. Continue reading

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Justice denied? Access to justice for victims of sexual violence

Few survivors of sexual violence ever see their attackers brought to justice. Join this public panel event to learn more. Continue reading

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Detention of Cheng Yuan: Background & update

Overview to career of Chinese anti-discrimination activist Cheng Yuan, and an update. Continue reading

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Hundreds sign letter to call on China to free Changsha 3

Over 200 individuals and organizations from Africa, Asia, Latin America, Caribbean, E Europe & C Asia called on China to release 3 legal activists. Continue reading

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End HIV discrimination: Free the Changsha Three

Chinese HIV anti-discrimination activists charged with state subversion. Continue reading

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The Uncounted: Video interview

Short video on The Uncounted, Politics of Data in Global Health. Continue reading

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