Young Global Leaders Blog

Young leaders of global health ask for a seat at the table if they are to be the ones to usher in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

This blog was written by Caity Jackson, Co-Founder & Communications, Women in Global Health and Director of European Engagement, CFHI. It summarizes Panel 4 from the GHLS 2015 Symposium titled Young Global Leaders Reflect – How Will I Shape the SDGs? The 2015 Global Health Landscape Symposium’s final panel, ‘Young Global Leaders Reflect: How will I shape the…

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The Women Leaders in Global Health Initiative Launches at GHLS 2015

This blog was written by Caity Jackson, Co-Founder & Director of Communications, Women in Global Health. It summarizes the launch of the Women Leaders in Global Health Initiative that took place at the GHLS 2015 Landscape Symposium on November 19, in Washington, DC.  At the recent Global Health Council’s Global Health Leadership Series, the Landscape Symposium…

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Innovative Financing Mechanisms for Global Health

This blog was written by Rachel Sellstone, a Global Health Policy Research Intern at CSIS and GlobeMed Alumni. It summarizes Panel 2 from the GHLS 2015 Symposium titled Financing Health in the SDGs: What Does it Take to Open a Closed Universe of Funding? As we turn to the SDG era, discussions around innovative financing mechanisms for global…

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Three Ways to Achieve Meaningful Accountability

This blog was written by So Yoon Sim (@YoonieSim), a graduate student at Johns Hopkins SAIS and Bloomberg School of Public Health and former Global Health Corps fellow. It summarizes Panel 3 from the GHLS 2015 Symposium titled Meaningful Accountability: Rethinking Roles and Responsibilities in the SDG Era. Accountability has become part of our speech, but how…

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