Citizen Journalist: Eunice Tolu Phillip

Game of Transparency: the inequality of living with a disease and access to medicine

By Eunice Phillip, Key Correspondent for Irish Forum for Global Health “The pain is unbearable, the wait, the gloom of unknowing. I did not choose to be a patient with a terminal illness. It is not what anyone chooses. We do not choose where we are born. I was born in Ireland- a rich country … Continue reading...

Inequality, Democratic Collapse and Climate Change: The Trial of Global Health Issues

Eunice Phillip, Key Correspondent for the Irish Forum for Global Health The total contact time for delegates attending the two-day Global Health Exchange conference, held at the Royal College of Surgeon in Ireland (RCSI) during November 2018, was not more than 18 hours. This, however, cast no shadow over the richness of...

My Right to Clean Air: A Child-Protection Dilemma in Humanitarian Settings

By Eunice Phillip, Key Correspondent for the Irish Forum for Global Health Poverty, displacement, and breakdown in family structure, as seen in refugee and displaced person’s camps, increase a child’s exposure to actual or potential harm or abuse. To protect the health and development of the child, the World Health...

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