Global Health Exchange 2019 Highlights

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Irish Global Health Network

The Irish Global Health Network (IGHN) is an independent network of people from different backgrounds, sectors and disciplines who are concerned with health inequities and issues that impact on the health and development of populations at a global level, with a particular commitment to those living in middle and low- income countries.

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on January 3, 2020

ENDING HIV – COMMUNITIES MAKE THE DIFFERENCE

By Líbhan Collins, Key Correspondent for IGHN. The annual Irish Aid...
on December 17, 2019

“WE ALL OWN HEALTH”: 4TH ANNUAL ESTHER IRELAND PARTNERSHIP FORUM

By Ellen Corby: Professional Intern with the IGHN On Tuesday the 3rd...
on December 13, 2019

WOMEN’S SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH RIGHTS: LEAVING NO ONE BEHIND

By Rosie Jervase, Key Correspondent for IGHN. In 2016, adolescent...

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Ireland’s International Development Policy: Implications for Health – 14 January, 2020

on Oct 14, 2019
IGHN together with RCSI and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade are hosting an event to present and discuss Ireland’s new International...

Professor Michael Kelly HIV and AIDS Lecture – November 28, 2019

on Sep 27, 2019
We are pleased to announce that this event was successfully hosted with more than 120 participants attending this year’s annual lecture. Video...

4th ESTHER Ireland Partnership Forum – December 3, 2019

on Sep 27, 2019
The 4th ESTHER Ireland Partnerships Forum was successfully hosted on December 3. Venue: Smock Alley Theatre Time: 09:30 to 15:30  VIEW THE VIDEO...

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