Innovation and Pathways in Global Health Governance

Organised by the Global Health Centre and Durham University

Innovation and Pathways in Global Health Governance Graduate Institute for International and Development Studies Global health governance has seen significant innovations, an "explosion" of actors and funding streams, and a growing importance of political leadership. At the same time, multilateral cooperation on health issues has become increasingly difficult, and progress in the fight against specific diseases has not necessarily translated into sustainable health systems or effective governance processes. How can we make sense of these - apparently conflicting - trends? This Symposium aims at exploring the opportunities and challenges associated with the growing politicisation of health, and its implications for global health governance; discussing the multiple ways in which global health governance has transformed to respond to an increasingly interconnected, multipolar world; and learning from the past to the future, to ensure that global health governance remains "fit for purpose" in the 21st century. (Photo: Graduate Institute)

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