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Governing Global Health: Who Runs the World and Why?


Whether it is managing an Ebola outbreak originating in Guinea, deploying vaccines to rural Bihar, or getting insecticide-treated bed nets to Malawi, governance matters. International institutions, underpinned by financial resources and norms, play a crucial role in organizing and structuring human activity and intent.

During her inaugural lecture, Professor Devi Sridhar will take a closer look at the historical rationale for investing in global health, the role of governance in guiding this investment, how we can work together as a global community through international institutions and finally who pays for these efforts.

Following the lecture there will be refreshments in the Sophia Jex-Blake suite.

Open to all.