Editorial, Opinion Pieces Discuss Challenges To Achieving SDGs, Climate Action, AMR, Other Global Health Topics
The Conversation: Kenya is having another go at passing a reproductive rights bill. What’s at stake
Anthony Idowu Ajayi, postdoctoral research scientist, and Meggie Mwoka, policy research officer, both at the African Population and Health Research Center (7/12).
Devex: A green recovery action plan for the World Bank
Ladd Connell, environment director at Bank Information Center (7/13).
Devex: Why we need to focus on stigma and discrimination — 5 lessons from the NTD field
Anna van’t Noordende, program support and Ph.D. research officer for No Leprosy Remains’ PEP++ project, and Heleen Broekkamp, program officer and thematic coordinator of stigma reduction and mental well-being at No Leprosy Remains (7/14).
Essence: No Strings Attached: The Only Kind Of Health Care Aid We Want From The U.S.
Tlaleng Mofokeng, South Africa commissioner for gender equality (7/14).
Financial Times: Antimicrobial resistance is the next battle
Emma Walmsley, chief executive of GlaxoSmithKline (7/13).
Forbes: To Succeed In Global Health, We Need To Find The Outliers
Madhukar Pai, Canada research chair of epidemiology and global health at McGill University and director of the McGill International Tuberculosis Centre (7/13).
Foreign Affairs: China’s Troubling Vision for the Future of Public Health
Sheena Chestnut Greitens, associate professor at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin, and Julian Gewirtz, academy scholar at Harvard’s Weatherhead Center for International Affairs (7/10).
Foreign Policy: Present at the Destruction of U.S. Power and Influence
Pete Buttigieg, former mayor of South Bend, Indiana and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, and Philip H. Gordon, senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations (7/14).
Global Health NOW: Smashing Obstacles to Women’s Global Health Leadership
Anna Kalbarczyk, assistant director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health and faculty member in the Department of International Health at the Bloomberg School of Public Health (7/13).
IPS: Can Private Finance Really Serve Humanity?
Jomo Kwame Sundaram, former economics professor and United Nations assistant secretary-general for economic development, and Anis Chowdhury, adjunct professor at Western Sydney University & University of New South Wales (Australia) (7/14).
Ms. Magazine: U.S. to Officially Withdraw From WHO — and Why We Can’t Let That Happen
Violet Rawlings, student at Smith College and editorial and social media intern at Ms. Magazine (7/13).
Nature: Time to revise the Sustainable Development Goals
Editorial Board (7/14).
New Humanitarian: Decolonizing aid, again
Paul Currion, columnist for the New Humanitarian and independent consultant to humanitarian organizations (7/13).