Author Archives: Meg Davis, Ph.D.

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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Online events on the Uncounted

Three events, including one featuring the activists in the book discussing their work. Continue reading

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Right On 4: Meet the speakers

Introducing Jolovan Wham, Shirin Heidari, and Marina Smelyanskaya, for episode 4 of the Right On Podcast. Continue reading

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Right On 4: Who will be left uncounted in data on COVID-19?

Human rights of migrant workers in Singapore, and other marginalized groups Continue reading

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The Uncounted book is out

Here’s a link and a discount code to buy the book. Continue reading

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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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