GLOBAL HEALTH WRITES CITIZEN JOURNALIST: Quam Kelani December 1, 2018 marked the 30th anniversary of World Aids Day. This year’s theme was “Know your status”. UNAIDS highlights the progress towards ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic but also highlights how much more we have to do (1). This involves making people aware of their HIV status in […]
GLOBAL HEALTH WRITES CITIZEN JOURNALIST: Líbhan Collins During November 2018, The Irish Forum for Global Health hosted a Global Health Exchange Conference in the RCSI, Dublin, offering a space for information flow and discussion around the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In particular, much of the exchange centred on the goal of ‘Health for All.’ […]
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 […]
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 […]
About this conference Climate change is “The greatest threat to global health in the 21st century”*. The direct and indirect impacts of climate change threaten to hinder progress in global health and destroy some of the gains made over the last 150 years. As always, it is the most vulnerable including children, who bear the […]
The IFGH 2012 International Conference received a substantial amount of media coverage in Ireland and abroad. Read on for a list of links to media mentions of the IFGH 2012 International Conference on the Global Health Workforce: Pathways to Health.
The European Charter for Health Equity has been opened for signatures until the end of 2011. The European Charter for Health Equity reaffirms the commitment to the values of wellbeing, solidarity, social justice, promotion of fundamental human rights and gender equity. Furthermore, it reaffirms the commitment to the principle enunciated in the constitution of the […]
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