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The “Global Health” think tank aims to make the public more than mere onlookers of the issues that shape the future of global health. Health is all but too often reduced to political and economic matters, which rarely include context specificities or reflect the links between the determinants of health. Today this field requires a new, comprehensive and coherent vision. Under the leadership of Nathalie Ernoult and Dr. Anne Senequier the “Global Health” think tank’s ambition is to create an open and lively space for reflection where the powers that influence standards and regulatory frameworks in global health, are examined and analysed by our network of experts.
Through our publications, lectures and debates, we as health practitioners, humanitarian workers, institutional actors, researchers and members of civil society, invite you to reflect in a new and different manner on national and international health issues. In terms of funding, global governance, access to health care, innovations, public policies, rules and regulations, and the care system, our aim is to feed the public debate and reshape the models that guide the work of health actors worldwide.

Eradicating Malaria: Which International Strategies?
OMS : une nouvelle Assemblée mondiale de la santé au rendez-vous des défis sanitaires mondiaux ?
An agent named Orange. A means to an endless destruction
by Dr Rafik Bedoui, Handicap International
Abortion rights: past, present and possible future
by Suchitra Dalvie, MD, MRCOG, Coordinator, Asia Safe Abortion Partnership (ASAP)

Vaccines: questioning our super heroes
Guns, Germs and Mankind
Patents and Access to Medicines: Blocks are political and not legal
by Céline Grillon, Harm reduction, HIV and hepatitis C Advocacy Adviser, Médecins du Monde
Reducing Maternal Mortality in Low Income Countries: a societal challenges?
by Vincent De Brouwere, Institute of Tropical Médicine, Anvers
Health in 2016, The Real Forgotten Conflict
Health is neither a Business nor an Algorithm!
by Frédéric Bizard, Economist

Is a Life without Aids possible?
By Dr Michel Bourrelly; IHU Marseille la Timone, President of "Paris sans Sida"
Associate research fellow
Dr Anne Sénéquier

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Associate research fellow
Nathalie Ernoult

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