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 December 5, 2019

Women at the Core of HIV Advocacy and Women’s Rights

By Key Correspondent Ashley Scott, for the Irish Global Health...
on November 11, 2019

Protecting the Mental Health of Refugees and Migrants: Challenges and Possible Solutions

By Rosemary James, IGHN Board Member A recap from the Panel...
on November 8, 2019

Ireland’s Unfinished Business: Achieving Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for All

By Ellen Corby, Key Correspondent for the Irish Global Health Network...


Upcoming Events

December 18, 2019

International Migrants Day

January 04, 2020

World Braille Day


Past Events

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...

11th European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health

on Sep 16, 2019
11th European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health 16-20 September 2019 Liverpool, UK The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene...


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