Practical perspectives on decolonizing global health
This event explored strategies to reform and decolonize the global health system.
In a time when there is the need to reform global health and build an equity-focused agenda, Chatham House and the PANDORA initiative organized an event that brings practical perspectives on the decolonization of global health by exploring and discussing strategies to reform the global health system.
The event explored approaches to guide the decolonization of global health and provided examples of how different aspects of global health can be reformed through a decolonial lens. Panellists also discussed strategies that address existing power imbalances and ensure equitable leadership for LMIC stakeholders in global health.
The expert panel discussed the following questions:
- What activities should be prioritized in the DGH movement?
- Should there be goals and targets?
- What actors should be involved in DGH delivery?
- How can equitable leadership for LMIC stakeholders in global health be ensured?
- What should this look like?
Hosted by Chatham House and the PANDORA initiative, the webinar is a side event to the International Conference on Public Health in Africa.
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