Global Health (GHWG)
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The Global Health working group has three aims: i) to consolidate and promote existing research on the politics of global health being conducted by scholars of International Relations, Politics, Economics, Sociology, Anthropology and Public Health; ii) to provide a forum for discussion as to how the study of international politics can better engage in global health, and what global health offers for understanding the processes, actors and policies involved in governing global politics; iii) to highlight the relevance and importance of global health in the study and research of international politics.
News and analysis
Event Report: ‘The Future Of (Post)-Pandemic Health Security – A Global Perspective’
Snapshots podcast: episode five - Dr Stephen Roberts
Snapshots podcast: episode four - Professor Sophie Harman
Snapshots podcast: episode three - Dr Anne Roemer-Mahler
Snapshots podcast: episode two - Professor Adam Kamradt-Scott
Snapshots podcast: episode one - Dr Nicholas Thomas
Event catch up and review - Health diplomacy in times of pandemic
The role of IR in a pandemic
The future of (post)-pandemic health security – a global perspective
Global Health Working Group AGM 2022
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