Author Archives: Meg Davis, Ph.D.

Democratizing Data conference

Conference at NYU School of Law, April 17-18, 2019 open to the public. Continue reading

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Six tips for officials on working with civil society

Capacity-building for government officials. Continue reading

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Health, rights and drugs

UNAIDS report calls for decriminalization, harm reduction, and an end to the failed drug war Continue reading

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Funding community-led HIV responses: we’re not there yet

A recent UNAIDS report finds that global investment in community responses has declined. Continue reading

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Event: Human rights transformations

Human rights are described as being in crisis, but the ideals thrive in many places, even where they’re under attack. Join us for this upcoming event to launch a volume, Human Rights Transformation in Practice, edited by Sally Engle Merry … Continue reading

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Register: Short courses on sexual violence in conflicts & emergencies

Register now for the one-week course on sexual violence in humanitarian settings. Continue reading

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Data, priorities and global health

An update on The Uncounted: Politics of Data in Global Health Continue reading

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Sexual violence against migrants

Video of CERAH and ICRC’s panel discussion. Continue reading

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AIDS 2018: Debates over best use of global funds

Steadily growing rates of HIV infection in Eastern Europe and Central Asia were at the heart of a debate roiling health aid at AIDS 2018. Continue reading

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AIDS 2018: New technologies, new data, new risks

While new technologies are generating real excitement among donors, important questions of risks and ethics may be left in the shadows. Continue reading

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