- African key populations’ engagement with global health financing institutions: A rapid review
- TedX talk: The Uncounted – the people left out of health data
- Review of The Uncounted in Global Public Health journal
- The Persistence of Chinese Rights Defenders
- Enter the Cyborgs: Health & human rights in the digital age
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Author Archives: Meg Davis, Ph.D.
Data on health and individual movements can pose real threats for everyone—particularly for women and girls, and for marginalized and disfavored groups Continue reading
Right On Podcast, Episode 1: When the coronavirus comes in the door, do human rights go out the window?
What trade-offs should we make between our rights and the greater public good? Continue reading
The first episode will air May 1: “When the virus comes in the door, do human rights go out the window?” with Yaqiu Wang (HRW), Scott Burris (Temple) and Patrick Eba (UNAIDS). Continue reading
Is the reticence of China’s representatives in Geneva a reflection of the chilling effect created by sweeping attacks on civil society and lawyers at home? Continue reading
With the US stepping back from the UN, is China ready to step up? Continue reading
The Uncounted: Politics of Data in Global Health is now available for pre-order in hardcover edition – it comes out in June. Please share with your library. There will be an e-book too, and a paperback eventually, as well as … Continue reading
CERAH-Genève (Geneva Centre for Education and Research in Humanitarian Action) organized a lovely interview that explores how I got into working on human rights in China, the “white savior complex” challenge facing humanitarian organizations today, and the short course for … Continue reading