Understanding the Impacts of Mining on Health: Capturing the CIRDI CCGHR Health Impact Assessment Learning & Development Program

 Understanding the Impacts of Mining on Health: Capturing the CIRDI CCGHR Health Impact Assessment Learning & Development Program For developing countries that are host to large-scale natural resource extraction projects, social, health and environmental assessment regulatioons offer an important entry point for leveraging protections and mining activities, particularly in sensitive areas and for communities living […]

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Navigating Canada’s Global Health Funding Landscape: A Call for Expressions of Interest for Stories in Global Health Research

Navigating Canada’s Global Health Funding Landscape: A Call for Expressions of Interest for Stories in Global Health Research The Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research (CCGHR) invites stakeholders in Canadian global health to share their stories that reflect how Canadian global health researchers are navigating the dynamic funding landscape in Canada. Case Stories will be […]

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Proposed Principles to Guide Global Health Research

Proposed Principles to Guide Global Health Research by Katrina Plamondon, Co-Chair, CCGHR Policy Influence Program Last year, the CCGHR listened to the voices of individuals and groups across Canada in an effort to identify a shared vision for the future of global health research. In the first phase of the Gathering Perspectives Study, we heard […]

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PRESS RELEASE: 2015 Undergraduate Global Health Forum an Outstanding Success

BEYOND DISCOVERING:  “DEFINING GLOCAL HEALTH SUSTAINABILITY” 2nd UNDERGRADUATE GLOBAL HEALTH FORUM, FEBRUARY 7, 2015 AN OUTSTANDING SUCCESS!   The  2015 CCGHR Undergraduate Global Health Forum engaged a full house of students who explored “Glocal” Sustainability. Through our interdisciplinary speakers, workshops and poster presentations, students learned how to leverage resources and opportunities at a local scale to […]

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‘But They Just Can’t Kill the Beast’ – The Ongoing Neoliberal Plague

‘But they just can’t kill the beast’: the ongoing neoliberal plague by Ronald Labonté, Canada Research Chair in Globalization and Health Equity at the Institute of Population Health, University of Ottawa The opening line comes from a classic 1977 song by The Eagles, ‘Hotel California.’ It’s a prescient line, since it was crafted just before […]

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Global Health Watch 4: Critique and Hope for a Healthier World

Global Health Watch 4: Critique and Hope for a Healthier World by Ronald Labonté, Canada Research Chair in Globalization and Health Equity at the Institute of Population Health, University of Ottawa November 13 2014 marked the release of the 4th ‘Alternative Health Report’, widely seen as the critical voice for a more health equitable future. […]

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