Opinion Pieces Discuss Various Global Health Topics, Including Climate Change; Sustainable Development; Migration; Food Insecurity; Girls’, Women’s Rights; Mental Health
Africa Report: Africa: Climate change and sustainable development must be a two-way street
Oluwaseun Oguntuase, scholar at the Centre for Environmental Studies and Sustainable Development at Lagos State University in Nigeria (12/10).
Devex: Opinion: Does Africa need a new narrative on migration?
Maureen Achieng, chief of mission of IOM to Ethiopia and representative to the African Union and to UNECA (12/9).
Devex: Opinion: Judge and juror — the U.N. system is failing the women who blow the whistle on sexual harassment
Claudia Ahumada, global human rights lawyer, gender expert and lead of partnerships at GENDRO, and Malayah Harper, global health and women’s rights expert, executive in residence at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy, adviser for Fair Share of Women Leaders, founding board member and global champion for SheDecides, and incoming director of sexual and reproductive health and rights at EngenderHealth (12/3).
Devex: Opinion: Beyond COVID-19 — addressing food insecurity in Nigeria
Chioma Okafor, global health and development practitioner; Lara Aluko, policy and program analyst; and Ibitola Asaolu, epidemiologist (12/4).
Devex: Opinion: Why integrating mental health into UHC is key to ensuring human rights
Shekhar Saxena, visiting professor at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and Elisha London, CEO and founder of United for Global Mental Health (12/10).
New York Times: ‘These Girls Are Being Cut and Married in Droves’
Stephanie Sinclair, founder and executive director of Too Young to Wed, and Jeremiah Kipainoi, videographer (12/10).
The KFF Daily Global Health Policy Report summarized news and information on global health policy from hundreds of sources, from May 2009 through December 2020. All summaries are archived and available via search.