Symposium Blog Series
In the second blog in our series highlighting some of the diverse organizations and individuals who will be attending the Global Health Landscape Symposium, we are speaking with Zipporah Iregi a Registered Nurse in Kenya. We were moved by Zipporah’s remarks at the White House Global COVID Summit and are excited to share her…Read More
The Global Health Landscape Symposium is less than a month away! This year’s convening will focus on: Defining global health security; and Health equity in the context of global health security. We wanted to get a jump start on the conversation by talking to a few of the diverse organizations that will be joining us on…Read More
From Security to Solidarity: Diverse Perspectives Against Global Health Threats
At the end of every year, the Global Health Council (GHC) convenes a cross-section of stakeholders from the global health advocacy community. The purpose of the Symposium is to assess current trends in global health advocacy and explore our collective call to action for policymakers in the U.S. and abroad. This year, GHC's Global Health Landscape Symposium will focus on exploring diverse perspectives against global health threats. under the current global health security framework, and over the past several decades, we have seen that certain issues have been prioritized over others - at times crowding out solidarity for the sake of security. GHLS21 will bring in the voices of civil society, historically under-represented populations, implementers, advocates, academia, and policymakers, to share their own experiences and recommendations in the design, governance, and implementation of health security policies and programs.