Global Health Humanitarian and Development Workshop

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Global Health Humanitarian and Development Workshop

Friday, 21 June- Sunday, 23 June Achill Outdoor Education Centre, Co. Mayo Last minute spots available for the Global Health Humanitarian and Development Workshop in Achill, Mayo! This multidisciplinary training workshop is designed for anyone working in a health related field who is interested in working or volunteering in healthcare settings in less developed countries. […]

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The Global Health Exchange 2019

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The Irish Forum for Global Health (IFGH) will co-host this year’s Global Health Exchange Conference with the HSE, Oxfam Ireland and Dublin City University. The conference is being held under the theme: Reaching the furthest behind first: addressing gender and other inequalities to meet the SDGs. REGISTER NOW GETTING THERE Context The Irish Forum for […]

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11th European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health

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11th European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health 16-20 September 2019 Liverpool, UK The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (RSTMH) is hosting ECTMIH 2019 on behalf of the Federation of European Societies for Tropical Medicine and International Health (FESTMIH). The event is a forum to discuss the role of tropical medicine and […]

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Global Health Exchange Conference 2018: Round-Up

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This year’s Global Health Exchange conference, co-organised by the Irish Forum for Global Health, GOAL and RCSI, took place in RSCI, St. Stephen’s Green, on the 6th-7th November 2018. Over 100 people attended this exciting event that covered a range of topics around health, development, humanitarian work, and the challenges facing those working to achieve […]

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Access to Medicines Conference: April 16

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The third Access to Medicines conference will take place in the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), Dublin on April 16, 2019. It is being organised by Access to Medicines Ireland with support from RCSI, Comhlámh, Irish Forum for Global Health, Just Treatment and Médecins Sans Frontières. The conference is gathering a range of leading […]

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Pathways to Clean Cooking II – Wexford

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The second International Pathways to Clean Cooking conference was held on May 29, 30 and 31 in Wexford to examine recent advances on the wider topics related to clean cooking practices and their potential to impact on global health and the environment. Participants of the conference published the Wexford Declaration upon conclusion of the conference. […]

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Introducing the Biographies of Our Speakers for the Upcoming Father Michael Kelly Event

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With the Irish Aid Annual Father Michael Kelly Lecture on HIV/AIDS Event coming up at 5pm on the 11th December in Smock Alley Theatre, the IFGH is proud to present the biographies of each of our guest speakers and presenters. This year’s lecture will include a video address from Father Michael Kelly in Zambia, and […]

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AIDS 2018 Follow-Up showed how far we have come, and how far we have left to go

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The Follow-Up Session to the 2018 International AIDS Conference took place on Friday, 5 October, and was hosted by the Irish Forum for Global Health, Concern, and RCSI. Gathering together Irish experts from across civil society, medicine, and the development sector, the picture they painted of the progress Ireland has made in fighting HIV/AIDS and […]

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IFGH is Pleased to Announce its Programme for the 2018 Global Health Exchange Conference

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The 2018 Global Health Exchange Conference is less than a month away, and is set to bring together some of the world’s foremost experts to discuss “Health for All” in the era of the Sustainable Development Goals. Some of the highlights from the two-day conference include the official launch of the IFGH Strategy for 2018-2023 […]

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