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Register for the Foundation's upcoming webinar on Universal Healthcare, where our exec director will be speaking with leading public health experts from around the world! Happening on 18 August at 3pm.
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SECTION27 Executive Director is speaking on a panel about Universal Healthcare, including Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus & Dr Matshidiso Moeti from & Prof Helen Rees. 18 August | 3pm | Register now! …/content/page/dialogue-series
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Meet the Speakers for Tuesday the 18th of August’s discussion on ‘Making Universal Healthcare, Universal’. Our next speaker, Dr Matshidiso Moeti, Director of the World Health Organisation, Africa Region Register:
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Our Executive Director is speaking on a panel hosted by on 18 August 2020! You can register for the discussion here:
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NelsonMandela Aug 14
Meet the Speakers for Tuesday the 18th of August’s discussion on ‘Making Universal Healthcare, Universal’. Our first speaker, Dr Tedros Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organisation Register:
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NelsonMandela Aug 14
. Director-General & Director will be joined by WHRI’s Prof Helen Rees & ‘Making Universal Healthcare, Universal’. Tuesday 18 August at 15h00. Register for the discussion
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With leading public health experts from around the world, SECTION27 Executive Director will speak in a discussion hosted by the Foundation on Universal Healthcare. Register here!
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Call To Action Collective Aug 13
Thank you for joining us for WK 6 of sessions. We hope that you enjoyed the webinar! If you missed it, watch it on our Facebook page. Don't miss next week's webinar, titled *The Establishment of the National Council on GBVF* Register now! ✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿
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Spotlight Aug 14
Abortion is healthcare – and this makes it a human right
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SECTION27 Aug 14
Read our new report on Socio-economic rights and Austerity! This report discusses the effects of austerity budgeting on the attainment of human rights & the impact of , and explores routes for civil society advocacy.
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SECTION27 Aug 14
Watch this informative video about what life is like for patients and healthcare volunteers in the ward of the Nasrec Field Hospital in Johannesburg:
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SECTION27 Aug 14
Recent data shows that South Africa's rate of excess deaths has started to decline, perhaps signalling summiting of the peak. But reasons for the decline in excess deaths are complex, writes for :
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SECTION27 Aug 13
A group of 30 Community Healthcare Workers protested outside the Laetitia Bam Day Hospital in Uitenhage about their exclusion from a provincial oversight forum in the Eastern Cape because they are temporary workers. Read more:
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SECTION27 Aug 13
The Parlous State of Poverty Eradication | Prof Sandy Liebenberg notes the staggering levels of wealth inequality. 10% of richest population own 86% of wealth. The poorest 50% of the population are in debt or own 0% wealth
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SECTION27 Aug 13
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The Parlous State of Poverty Eradication | Neoliberal economic policies, which are predominate around the world, have not actually generated better outcomes for the poor and have tended to make the rich richer
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SECTION27 Aug 13
The Parlous State of Poverty Eradication | The challenge moving forward is to re-examine what we mean by growth. The Chinese case, without detracting from its merits, is more complicated and can't simply be transplanted across countries.
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The Parlous State of Poverty Eradication | the progress that has been made in reducing inequality in the world is less impressive.
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SECTION27 Aug 13
Parlous state of eradication | stresses that problem with narratives that suggest poverty is on the decline is that they are based on the World Banks poverty line of $1 day which is extraordinarily low, and doesn't translate meaningfully in countries
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SECTION27 Aug 13
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SECTION27 Aug 13
We're live! Join us as we discuss , poverty eradication and austerity with , Prof Sandy Liebenberg, and Dr .
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