Opinion Pieces Discuss Genetically Modified Mosquitoes, Equity Across Development Sector, DFID Merger, U.S. Withdrawal From WHO
Boston Globe: Before genetically modified mosquitoes are released, we need a better EPA
Natalie Kofler, founder of Editing Nature and adviser for the Scientific Citizenship Initiative at Harvard Medical School, and Jennifer Kuzma, professor in the School of Public and International Affairs and co-director of the Genetic Engineering and Society Center at NC State University (6/22).
Devex: From rhetoric to action — an equity roadmap for the aid community
Roxanne Paisible, international development professional (6/22).
Financial Times: There is a way to make U.K. aid more effective — this merger is not it
Rory Stewart, former minister of state at DFID and the Foreign Office and former secretary of state for international development (6/19).
The Hill: America needs a national center for infectious disease intelligence
John M. Drake, professor and director of the Center for the Ecology of Infectious Diseases at the University of Georgia (6/21).
The Hill: Trump’s withdrawal from WHO will hurt African women and children
Bridget Kelly, director of research at the Population Institute (6/20).
Wall Street Journal: Cuba’s Shameful Trafficking of Its Doctors
Samuel J. Dubbin and Jonathan W. Cuneo, both lawyers representing Cuban doctors who have sued PAHO under the Trafficking Victims Protection Act and RICO in Matos v. PAHO (6/21).
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