Twitter | Search | |
Kui Muraya
Proudly African | Social scientist | Change agent | Passionate about gender, rights, equity & social justice | Leading from where I stand
1,801
Tweets
253
Following
787
Followers
Tweets
Kui Muraya retweeted
Centre for Gender & Global Health Dec 9
An incredible opportunity for early career researchers in , & . 3-year research fellow role redressing gendered health of displaced women & girls in Latin America Applications close: 6th Jan.
Reply Retweet Like
Kui Muraya Nov 30
and team who are working on neonatal health
Reply Retweet Like
Kui Muraya retweeted
GINA DIN Nov 29
One day, in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful. - Sigmund Freud
Reply Retweet Like
Kui Muraya retweeted
Amakove Wala Nov 28
Replying to @NairobiHospital @kot
To truly embody and govern inclusion, the board should reflect the diversity of [the organization’s] customer base in its composition, create an inclusive culture within the boardroom itself, and integrate inclusive thinking and behaviors into all ways that the board operates
Reply Retweet Like
Kui Muraya Nov 29
Truly a BIG SHAME ! What is this? The 1940s?
Reply Retweet Like
Kui Muraya retweeted
Madhu Pai Nov 25
15 years ago, my postdoc salary at a leading US university was 50K/year. In 2020, one of my graduating PhD students is being offered 50K/y at the same university. training needs a serious overhaul!
Reply Retweet Like
Kui Muraya retweeted
Lilian Otiso Nov 25
from congratulations for being awarded the best poster presentation at the closing ceremony of the symposium in
Reply Retweet Like
Kui Muraya Nov 25
exactly what I was saying last Friday lunchtime
Reply Retweet Like
Kui Muraya retweeted
Ademola Olajide Nov 24
Gender Based Violence (GBV) has no place in society! ,
Reply Retweet Like
Kui Muraya Nov 25
Reply Retweet Like
Kui Muraya retweeted
Manuel Hetzel Nov 24
Only 24% of authors of Commission on report are from institutions in malaria-endemic countries; 7% (n=3) from Africa. Report calls for endemic country leadership but who sets agenda?
Reply Retweet Like
Kui Muraya Nov 24
thank you for being that person🙏🏾
Reply Retweet Like
Kui Muraya retweeted
Ritika Goel Nov 23
Medicine is so unaware of entire fields of study that bring invaluable lenses and allow us to understand biases, root causes of ill health and also address them. It’s time we value history, critical theory, sociology, cognitive science, philosophy, literature, art.
Reply Retweet Like
Kui Muraya Nov 23
Reply Retweet Like
Kui Muraya Nov 23
Reply Retweet Like
Kui Muraya Nov 23
👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾!
Reply Retweet Like
Kui Muraya retweeted
kent buse Nov 23
Hi Dara, that shocking infographic is from an analysis by Rosemary Morgan & colleagues published in that you can find here - The report is chocka with infographics related to
Reply Retweet Like
Kui Muraya Nov 23
Aaaaaw😍😍 So delighted! Very very proud of you ! Thank you for being teachable & committed. I expect great things from you moving forward. And very well done for being the top PGD student in the Nairobi office. It is a testament to your talent and ability.
Reply Retweet Like
Kui Muraya retweeted
Sarah Hawkes Nov 22
With a prize-winner M:F ratio of 9:1 and <25% prize winners from ODA-recipient countries (since 1992), seems like there's a few equality, diversity & inclusion memos the Mahidol committee haven't yet read.
Reply Retweet Like
Kui Muraya retweeted
Rosemary Morgan, PhD Nov 22
I know these recipients are very deserving, but this is evidence of a much larger inequitable system. We need to ask why is it that men & those from non-ODA recipient countries are often the ones (1) who are in a position to win these awards, & (2) are the ones being selected.
Reply Retweet Like