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Join us for the screening of "Resistance Fighters" during the HUMAN International Documentary Film Festival in Oslo on February 25th. Following the film screening, a panel debate with field experts on antibiotic resistance will discuss this global epidemic.
Join a discussion on the impact of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for hidden and vulnerable populations in post-conflict situations. It will focus on women exposed to sexual violence during war and conflict and children born as a consequence of the assault and children born of war in general.
Gender equity and equality in higher education requires cultural change, national policies, institutional actions, mentoring and leadership training of female staff. In Ethiopia great efforts have been made, much has been achieved, but considerable work remains. Join us for discussions and experience sharing.
One Health is a concept that emerged in the 1990s and has traditionally had the veterinary medicine community as its main constituents and promoters. One Health is based on the interconnectedness of the health of humans, animals and the environment. While One Health has received increased attention, its traditional underpinning emphasizing infectious diseases have been challenged in the light of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases, the epidemiological transition and globalization. Join the One Health panel at this years's World Health Summit Regional Meeting in Uganda.
We only have a decade left to achieve the ambitious Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), especially in low and middle-income countries (LMICs). By investing to close gender gaps in the health workforce, LMIC governments can reap a “triple dividend” by accelerating achievement of at least three of the goals - health (SDG 3), gender equality (SDG 5), and economic growth (SDG 8). Join the Women in Global Health panel at this years's World Health Summit Regional Meeting in Uganda.
Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are responsible for the greatest disease burden; both in terms of disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) and premature death (over 70% of deaths are occurring prematurely due to NCDs). In addition, the greatest burden of this unprecedented epidemic lies with the low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) and is further on the rise. Join the panel on NCDs at this years's World Health Summit Regional Meeting in Uganda.
The Centre for Global Health along with co-organizers, Norwegian Institute of Public Health and the Research Council of Norway is pleased to announce the GLOBVAC 2020 Conference. The overarching theme of the conference will be the changing landscapes of Global Health in the 21st century. By this conference, we want to present and celebrate results and achievements in Global Health research in the last decades, while looking into the next decade.