Category Archives: indicators

New paperback! And a chat with activists in the Uncounted

Paperback coming out, and recordings of a chat with civil society activists interviewed in the Uncounted. Continue reading

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The Politics of Global Health Data – a chat with Oxford RightsUp podcast

In the midst of COVID-19 lockdown, a chat about how politics shapes health data. Continue reading

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Why are we failing to end HIV?

Reprinted from Medicus Mundi International blog, Med in Switzerland. 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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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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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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