As one of the strategic priorities of the Public Health Strategy (PHS 2017-2022), the Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) in Qatar has mandated the two institutions to build the leadership capacity of selected Public Health professionals in Qatar. The program will be...
Global Health Articles
International Intellectual Property: What Needs to Change?
International Intellectual Property is a branch of Intellectual Property Law and International Law that is governed by the intergovernmental organisation, the World Trade Organisation (WTO). The general objective of the WTO is to lower barriers to international trade...
Artificial Intelligence Promises, Ethics and Human Rights: Time to Open Pandora’s Box
Despite all its promises, Artificial Intelligence (AI) presents risks to human rights online and offline, and growing ethical challenges. To benefit humanity, significant measures are needed, combining positive encouragements and stricter rules. The AI...
The Links Between Colonialism, Covid and the Climate Crisis
Includes the expertise and insights of Tammam Aloudat, Co-Director of the Executive Certificate on the New Diplomacy of Global Health, the Graduate Institute Geneva. Decolonisation – it’s a word we’ve been hearing quite a lot over the last couple of years. From France...
Digital Transformations for the Protection of Health Futures
Key recommendations from the GHFutures2030 Report Digital and data-driven tools are fundamentally changing approaches to health and the design of health systems; however, governance models have not followed the rapid pace of innovation. The Lancet and Financial Times...
Social Protection Systems in the Face of the COVID-19 Crisis
The world has been ravaged by the COVID-19 pandemic since early 2020 when the World Health Organization declared it “a public health emergency of international concern”. As countries and territories were trying to navigate the uncharted territory of the threat, it was...
COVID-19 and Health: Mutate to Live
Over the course of its history, humanity has experienced several episodes of mass mortality due to infectious diseases. All of them have threatened social organisation and have made people believe it was the end of the world, irrespective of the magnitude of the...
Trends in Crime as a Result of COVID-19
With offices in 194 countries and a network of Law Enforcement officials that spans the world, INTERPOL’s primary role is to facilitate police cooperation, tracking and gathering data on wanted offenders, criminal organisations, crime types, criminal methodologies and...
COVID-19 y salud: mutar para vivir
A lo largo de su historia, la humanidad ha vivido varias experiencias de muerte masiva por alguna enfermedad infecciosa, y todas ellas han puesto en vilo la organización social y han hecho creer que es el fin del mundo, sin importar la magnitud de los imaginarios...
Private Capital: Bridging the Gap in Global Health Financing
Amid the global chaos of 2020, a convergence of economic and social forces is occurring that presents new opportunities for financing of chronic public health challenges in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Widespread health system weaknesses made visible by...
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