Sara L.M. Davis (known as Meg) is an anthropologist and human rights advocate. She is Special Advisor on Strategy and Partnerships at the Graduate Institute’s Global Health Centre and teaches at the Geneva Centre for Education and Research in Humanitarian Action (CERAH).
Meg earned her Ph.D. at University of Pennsylvania, and held postdoctoral fellowships at Yale and UCLA. She was China researcher at Human Rights Watch, then founding executive director of Asia Catalyst, and then the first senior advisor on human rights at the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria. As a consultant, she has written reports for UN agencies and supported civil society advocates on the Board of the Global Fund.
Meg is author of a new book, The Uncounted: Politics of Data in Global Health (Cambridge University Press, 2020) and an earlier book, Song and Silence: Ethnic revival on China’s southwest borders (Columbia University Press 2005). In 2017, she was one of three winners of the International Geneva Award.
- Panelist on the Inside Geneva podcast: “The United Nations and China”
- Quoted in The New Humanitarian: “Who Funds WHO?”
- Quoted in South China Morning Post: “As coronavirus tsunami leaves China, wave of infections may be far from over”
- Quoted in the Guardian: “UN pledges to end AIDS epidemic but plan barely mentions those at most risk.”
- Interviewed in French for Radio France International: “ONU: Une déclaration trop faible pour enrayer l’épidémie de sida?”
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