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Ntebaleng Jun 5
Day 3 of module 2 of the for health equity in South Africa. We are at Freedom Park on a site visit, learning and sharing experiences with activists from the area.
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Elroy Paulus Jun 28
Congratulations "Young South Africans to lead the revolution" - of the 200 - at Tekano are Kentse Radebe , Cyan Brown, and . Well done too ! For more about the Fellows click here -
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Ntebaleng Jun 5
Replying to @Tekano_SA
Thami talks about land as a social determinant of health and shares their struggles for land and security in Freedom Park
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Juanita Wheeler Jul 16
Irish woman part of team awarded for work offering better dementia services via
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Stefania Ilinca Jun 9
Moving testimony from Sofia Petersson who lives with early onset Alzheimer’s disease! We must do more to address persistent inequities in access to research and clinical trials
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Policing Project Jun 17
We're thrilled to announce our senior program manager Regina Holloway has been selected to be a 2019 Fellow for Racial Equity. Congratulations to Regina from the whole Policing Project team!
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LSE Mar 14
LSE has announced a new Amartya Sen Chair in Inequality Studies, based .
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Michelle Craigie May 2
One of my fave days in the US so far ... first, meeting with Marlon from the program to share, discuss and learn and then to stand at the head of the UN General Assembly
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ıuoəɯıs lɐʇsʎɹɔ Jul 5
and school begins... well in a non residential way... really excited, a little nervous, mostly honored... change is coming
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Melanie Brown Jul 15
“It is no measure of health to be well-adjusted to a profoundly sick society.” - the Venerable Tenzin Priyardarshi
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Elroy Paulus Jun 14
This is a fantastic portal - Congratulations and thank you to all who made this a reality.
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Melanie Brown Jul 15
“We don’t see things as they are. We see things as WE are.” - Anon.
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She didn't die she multiplied #AmINext Jul 5
The next cohort of is officially here! Our community is growing, and I'm so excited for our future.
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kunle adewale Aug 29
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Rana Zincir Celal Mar 31
Reducing inequality ranked #1 goal of all by academia, OECD, World Bank, civil society experts. Stay tuned for the launch of multidimensional inequalities measurement framework
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TEKANO - HESA Sep 6
An exercise to deepen understanding of Social Network Analysis (SNA) led by 's Norma Kok. Photo: Courtesy Azanian Thania Gopal
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Kai Kennedy DPT Jul 14
We suspect the best kept secret of leadership is love; being in love with leading, with the people who do the work, with what the organizations produce, and with those who honor the organization by using its work.
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Kapor Center Jun 6
Congratulations to our own Chief Foundation Officer, , on being selected to be a 2019 Atlantic Fellow for Racial Equity!
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Kai Kennedy DPT Jul 12
“In a time of crisis, the peoples of the world must rush to get to know each other.” ~Jose Marti, Cuba’s talismanic poet/philosopher
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Juanita Wheeler 14h
Took a moment a few days ago for the obligatory White House shot ahead of our Module 5 program officially commencing.
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