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|Global Health Watch 3: An Alternative World Health Report|
In an increasingly globalised world, with new cross-border threats to public health and widening disparities between populations, civil society actors are challenging the existing structures of global health policies. The latest report by the People’s Health Movement.
4th July 2012 - Published by the People’s Health Movement, Medact, Health Action International, Medico International and Third World Network
In and increasingly globalised world with new cross-border threats to public health and widening disparities between populations, civil society actors are challenging the existing structures of global health policies. Like its critically acclaimed predecessors, this third volume of Global Health Watch covers a comprehensive range of topics, including access to medicines, mental health, water and sanitation, nutrition, and war and conflict. Unlike most documentations of global health, it also draws attention to the politics of global health and the policies and actions of key actors.
Table of Contents:
Section I: The Global Political and Economic Architecture
Section II: Health Systems - Current Issues and Debates
Section III: Beyond Health Care
Section IV: Watching
Section V: Resistance, Actions, and Change
About the Author:
The Global Health Watch is a broad collaboration of public health experts, non-governmental organisations, civil society activists, community groups, health workers and academics. It was initiated by the People's Health Movement, Global Equity Gauge Alliance and Medact as a platform of resistance to the neo-liberal dominance in health.
|Climate Change & Environment|
|Global Financial Crisis|
|Global Conflicts & Militarization|
|IMF, World Bank & Trade|
|Poverty & Inequality|
|Aid, Debt & Development|
|The UN, People & Politics|
|Food Security & Agriculture|
|Health, Education & Shelter|
|Land, Energy & Water|
|Economic Sharing & Alternatives|