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Author Archives: Meg Davis, Ph.D.
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
Our thinking about health and human rights, formed before the digital age, must now advance to keep pace with its new risks and opportunities. Continue reading
Crazy women rolling around in saunas and snow: last stage of the winter road. Continue reading
Third blog on traveling from London to Finland by train, boat and bus. Continue reading
Ghosts of the past and an independent artists’ republic, on the road across northern Europe. Continue reading
Reflections on Brexit and Britain; first post on my journey from England to Finland. Continue reading
A list of reflection questions to consider if you’re in a global health meeting looking at a slide. Continue reading
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.