Shifting Power in Global Health: Decolonising Discourses — Dialogue 2

UNU-IIGH ed. Shifting Power in Global Health: Decolonising Discourses — Dialogue 2 2022/03/01 Virtual. Kuala Lumpur: United Nations University International Institute for Global Health, 2022.

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    Author UNU-IIGH
    Title of Event Shifting Power in Global Health: Decolonising Discourses — Dialogue 2
    Date of Event 2022/03/01
    Place of Event Virtual
    Organizer UNU-IIGH
    Wilton Park
    Development Reimagined
    Publication Date 2022-03-01
    Place of Publication Kuala Lumpur
    Publisher United Nations University International Institute for Global Health
    Pages 15
    Language eng
    Abstract This report documents the second in a series of dialogues on "Shifting power in global health", convened by the United Nations University - International Institute for Global Health in partnership with Development Reimagined and Wilton Park. The first dialogue took place last year and raised a number of questions about what it means to decolonise global health. The second dialogue focused on the key theme of South-South collaboration. Seven key sub-themes emerged from this dialogue, establishing the importance of mindsets, principles, partnership and careful use of language in efforts to decolonise global health. Moving forward will also require understanding and addressing the fact that global health operates within a broader political economy. This ‘big picture’ context compels the movement to embrace other communities and movements with shared principles and ambitions, building on the plurality of decolonisation efforts. Exploring these connections and commonalities might well hold the key to striking a balance between unity and plurality within the decolonial movement(s).
    UNBIS Thesaurus DECOLONIZATION
    HEALTH
    Keyword Shifting power
    Global discourses
    Copyright Holder United Nations University International Institute for Global Health
    Copyright Year 2022
    Copyright type Creative commons
    DOI 10.37941/ENJU6210
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