Over the past few years, there has been an increase in both awareness and call to action from students and early career professionals to decolonize the existing global health structures.
Tag: global health
A former fundraiser for a children’s organization reflects on how fundraising campaigns can avoid harmful stereotypes and communicate in a more nuanced, creative, and engaging way.
As we enter the new year, we want to take a moment to look back at all we have achieved in 2022. From the many articles we published, to our events and changes in our team, this year has been eventful. Without further ado, here are our favorite EOGH moments from last year!
Is inequity perpetuated at the “global” conferences and forums where health inequities are discussed?
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.
Health at the intersections: The influx of sargassum seaweed in the Caribbean and its implication for human health
The first place winner of our Spring 2022 Writing Competition explores the intersections of health, climate and economics through a fresh lens: sargassum seaweed.
Translating Theory Into Action: Are we lacking competencies, or just failing to recognise systemic power structures?
On the 8th and 9th of November 2019, the Swedish Network for International Health (SNIH) hosted a 2-day conference at Lund University, Sweden. As participants, we have come to recognize the post-colonial traits ever present in how we study and practice global health.
by Justin Yee and Kina-Kira Hiller Edited by Helen Jane Myrr So here we are,…