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Global Health Centre
The Global Health Centre (GHC) is the Graduate Institute’s research centre on Global Health Governance and Diplomacy.
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Ilona Kickbusch Jun 21
Health is a political choice
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Peter Salama Jun 21
Health is a political choice – it’s a choice that transforms lives and brings immense social and economic returns. Great insights on from and world leaders inc
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Global Health Centre Jun 21
Panel discussion, “Negotiating Partnerships for Global Health” at the Executive course on global health diplomacy, moderated by our Execitive Director, . What does partnership mean for you?
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Ilona Kickbusch Jun 18
Health A Political Choice - and the ⁦⁩ asks are included.
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Michaela Told on GH Jun 17
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Global Health Centre Jun 17
Replying to @IlonaKickbusch
Director of the GHC, asks the participants, “what does it mean to act diplomatically?”
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Global Health Centre Jun 17
Our Executive Director welcoming participants of 5 days executive course on global health diplomacy, together with the co-director of the course Dr Haik Nikogosian.
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Global Health Centre Jun 11
The German government decided to develop a new strategy and the International Advisory Board recently published its recommendations. IAB members propose a vision integrated into implementation and a value-based approach. Read the report
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Global Health Centre Jun 6
Despite the fact that has been used for nearly 100 years, 1in2 people cannot afford this medicine. Join us on Thursday 20June to discuss the inequities&inefficiencies in the global insulin market with & Molly Lepeska from .
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Global Health Centre Jun 4
The video recording of our event "The Road to Universal Health Coverage" is now available! , , , and explore multiple factors and approaches which can help to achieve .
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Michaela Told on GH May 27
speaking on our first executive course : = turning walls into bridges , playing a particule role : how do make difficult decisions attractive? how to create empowering & enabling eco-systems?
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Health Policy Watch - Global Health Reporting May 24
. of examines the evidence behind the debate over whether greater of medicines markets can really help reduce prices.
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Global Health Centre May 24
Today we’re addressing an important topic with . SRHR are essential that involve identity, intimate partners, decisions and voices. It’s time to talk about political contexts and the skrinking space of !
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Global Health Centre May 24
"Health is a Permanent and Tough Political Struggle", examines how this year's World Health Assembly addresses universal health coverage. Read the article here:
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Michaela Told on GH May 23
Future Of Drug Pricing Resolution Hangs In Balance At World Health Assembly
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Michaela Told on GH May 23
Little discussed : & the shrinking space for civil society - how can we reclaim the space? Join our discussion tomorrow at 14:30
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Global Health Centre May 23
Today, our panel (, , , , ) presents new approaches which could overcome barriers to : the engagement of the private sector, the role of women in creating healthy economies or a higher investment in the health workforce
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IFPMA May 23
Our DDG ’s road to “invest more on health outcomes & set the right quality standards & right incentives to achieve our common goals”
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Global Health Centre May 23
Half of the world’s population lacks access to basic health services and many inequities exist between & within countries. Turning into reality poses a significant challenge. We’re exploring this issue today with
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Michaela Told on GH May 22
Not yet enough ? Join our discussion tomorrow: & the economy of health - discussion, book launch & the book free
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