Three events to share: two recorded online, one up ahead, on my new book, The Uncounted: Politics of Data in Global Health — including an upcoming webinar featuring some activists profiled in the book.
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Book launch: The Uncounted, June 11th
I can’t quite believe this is finally happening, but…my new book, The Uncounted: Politics of Data in Global Health, will launch with a virtual conversation between me and Ryan Whitacre on Thursday, June 11th, from 16:00 – 17:00 CET. The webinar is co-sponsored by the Global Health Centre at the Graduate Institute; GENDRO; and the Geneva Centre for Education and Research in Humanitarian Action.
Register here to get the Zoom link, and you can order the hardcover and ebook here — a more affordable paperback will be out in a few months.
What counts in the new UNAIDS strategy
UNAIDS has posted its new draft strategy online. There’s good news for human rights advocates: human rights and gender equality are front and center. The challenge: human rights will still be measured and reported on separately from mainstream health indicators.
While that means the issues may get more visibility, it also keeps human rights out of the system of routine reporting that national AIDS programs do. Instead, UNAIDS, WHO and other global health agencies should integrate law and policy analysis into the disease impact models on which the strategy is based. Here’s why.