In a letter to the editor, an Iranian woman reflects on the nationwide protests that have gripped the country in recent months. She paints a picture of the conflict from her insider’s perspective, suggests why these demonstrations have maintained such a foothold across many parts of society, and joins the voices crying out for a new era, built for and by women.
Is inequity perpetuated at the “global” conferences and forums where health inequities are discussed?
For World Diabetes Day, Anna Thabuis reflects on how to maintain access to diabetes care in a world of turmoil.
Dr. Kirstin Meier and Ruth Kopelke highlight the need to support the mental health of children in Ukraine, and speak to Serhii Lukashov about some solutions that can make a difference.
The invasion of Ukraine is not only a large-scale humanitarian disaster, but also a catastrophe…
What are the main challenges for low-income countries trying to achieve basic vaccination coverage? And what are the potential ramifications for their societies and economies? Giacomo Dentoni explores these questions in his article on COVID-19 vaccine inequity.
The third place winner of our Spring 2022 Writing Competition looks into a largely unexplored intersection between aging and the metaverse and provides a vision for a more inclusive virtual environment.
The second place winner of our Spring 2022 Writing Competition explores the health care sector’s contribution to climate change, and its responsibility to address the climate emergency, inspired by the ‘Do No Harm’ oath.
The first place winner of our Spring 2022 Writing Competition explores the intersections of health, climate and economics through a fresh lens: sargassum seaweed.
By: Philippa Simmonds In summer 2021, a food system strategy commissioned by the UK government…