Monthly Archives: June 2015
There were more than 59.5 million refugees forcibly displaced around the world in 2014, half of which were women and children. With record numbers of people fleeing, this has become a pressing issue on both a humanitarian and research level. We take a look at some of that recent research to mark World Refugee Day 2015.
Understanding inequality in health is essential to ensure individuals receive the appropriate care they need, so how can such inequality be improved? In this guest post, Elis Borde tells us more about the importance of research in this area.
The ‘reverse innovation’ movement in global health was strategically conceived as a means to assess innovation diffusion and learning from low to high-income countries.
Since the launch of the Globalization and Health series on this subject two years ago, there has been much excitement and debate on this subject. How can this work best help inform on-going dialogue on international development?1