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Ethics on Film: Discussion of "Fire in the Blood" | 09/07/13
Andreas Rekdal
With the tagline "Medicine, Monopoly, Malice," this powerful documentary tells how Western drug companies fought to keep discounted AIDS medications from reaching HIV-positive citizens of the developing world. » Publications » Ethics on Film

The Intersection of Global Health and Business | 05/22/12
Derek Yach, Yanzhong Huang, Julia Taylor Kennedy
How can global health be improved?  PepsiCo executive Derek Yach speaks about the positive changes corporations are making, and Professor Yanzhong Huang discusses China's health care challenges. » Studio » Multimedia

Global Ethics Corner: HIV Prevention and Behavior Change in Africa: Are Western-Imported Methods Working? | 11/25/11
Are Western-imported methods for fighting HIV/AIDS working in Sub-Saharan Africa? Some critics argue that campaigns more aligned with traditional African values could be more effective in fighting the disease than Western campaigns focused on abstinence and safe sex. » Studio » Multimedia

Global Ethics Corner: HIV Prevention and Behavior Change in Africa: Are Western-Imported Methods Working? | 11/25/11
Are Western-imported methods for fighting HIV/AIDS working in Sub-Saharan Africa? Some critics argue that campaigns more aligned with traditional African values could be more effective in fighting the disease than Western campaigns focused on abstinence and safe sex. » Studio » Multimedia

Global Ethics Corner: HIV Prevention and Behavior Change in Africa: Are Western-Imported Methods Working? | 11/25/11
Are Western-imported methods for fighting HIV/AIDS working in Sub-Saharan Africa? Some critics argue that campaigns more aligned with traditional African values could be more effective in fighting the disease than Western campaigns focused on abstinence and safe sex. » Studio » Multimedia

UN Population Fund Report | 11/16/11
Barbara Crossette, Joanne J. Myers
Now that the population has reached seven billion, most of the focus is on the numbers. In this report, however, Crossette explores individual stories around the world to shed light on such issues as aging populations, migration, and the desire of women for family planning. » Studio » Multimedia

UN Population Fund Report | 11/16/11
Barbara Crossette, Joanne J. Myers
Now that the population has reached seven billion, most of the focus is on the numbers. In this report, however, Crossette explores individual stories around the world to shed light on such issues as aging populations, migration, and the desire of women for family planning. » Studio » Multimedia

Reflections from Moscow | 03/10/11
David C. Speedie
After a recent visit to Moscow, David Speedie casts a sympathetic eye on Russia's contradictions and societal stresses--with particular focus on its heroin and HIV/AIDS crisis. Russia now has the third-highest heroin abuse rate per capita in the world, behind only Afghanistan and Iran. » Publications » Articles, Papers, and Reports

Ethics in Business: Interview with Karl Hofmann on Private Sector Tools in Promoting Global Health | 02/04/11
Karl Hofmann, Julia Taylor Kennedy
"We strongly believe that markets can be made to work for the poor in ways that far surpass the ability of the public sector and other interventions to really have the impact that we need at scale," says PSI President Karl Hoffman. » Studio » Multimedia

Ethics in Business: Interview with Karl Hofmann on Private Sector Tools in Promoting Global Health | 02/01/11
Karl Hofmann, Julia Taylor Kennedy
"We strongly believe that markets can be made to work for the poor in ways that far surpass the ability of the public sector and other interventions to really have the impact that we need at scale," says PSI President Karl Hoffman. » Studio » Multimedia

Interview with Susan Aryeetey on Women in Ghana | 12/17/10
Susan Aryeetey, Julia Taylor Kennedy
Susan Aryeetey discusses her work empowering women in Ghana. She has a background in journalism and communications, and has spent the last eight years at Ghana's International Federation of Women Lawyers, or FIDA. » Studio » Multimedia

Interview with Susan Aryeetey on Women in Ghana | 12/15/10
Susan Aryeetey, Julia Taylor Kennedy
Susan Aryeetey discusses her work empowering women in Ghana.  She has a background in journalism and communications, and has spent the last eight years at Ghana's International Federation of Women Lawyers, or FIDA. » Studio » Multimedia

Common Health Policy Interests and the Shaping of Global Pharmaceutical Policies [Abstract] | 09/28/10
Meri Koivusalo
The division of interests in key health policy areas are not necessarily between rich and poor countries, but between pharmaceutical industry interests and health policy interests on the one hand, and national industrial and trade policy interests and public health policies on the other. » Publications » Ethics & International Affairs » Ethics & International Affairs Volume 24.4 (Winter 2010) » Features

More Money, Less Cure: Why Global Health Assistance Needs Restructuring [Full Text] | 09/11/09
Daniel E. Esser
Is more money for global health always good news? No, argues Esser, who suggests that many of the problems that plague decision-making in global health assistance lie not in the global South but in the North, where the monetary flows originate and where most policies are conceived. » Publications » Ethics & International Affairs » Ethics & International Affairs Volume 23.3 (Fall 2009) » Essays

Michael Selgelid on Infectious Diseases | 08/22/09
Michael Selgelid, Christian Barry, Matt Peterson
Can we infringe individual rights to promote public health? Should, say, people be allowed to decide for themselves when they are too infectious to get on a plane? » Studio » Multimedia

Michael Selgelid on Infectious Diseases | 08/21/09
Michael Selgelid, Christian Barry, Matt Peterson
Can we infringe individual rights to promote public health? Should, say, individuals be allowed to determine for themselves when they are too infectious to get on a plane? » Studio » Multimedia

Fiona Robinson on the Ethics of Care | 03/05/09
Fiona Robinson, John Tessitore
Care is not only a moral issue, but also a feminist one, says Robinson, noting that two-thirds of care around the world is done by women, for little or no pay. She also discusses the evolving concept of human security. » Studio » Multimedia

The United Nations and Gender: Has Anything Gone Right? | 03/03/09
Stephen Lewis
The UN's record on women's issues has been abysmal, declares Stephen Lewis, particularly in dealing with HIV/AIDS. In order to give 52 percent of the world's population the representation they deserve, it's time to create a special UN Women's Agency. » Studio » Multimedia

The United Nations and Gender: Has Anything Gone Right? | 02/27/09
Stephen Lewis, Joanne J. Myers
The UN's response to women's issues has been abysmal, declares Lewis, particularly in dealing with HIV/AIDS. In order to give 52 percent of the world's population the representation they deserve, it's time to create a special UN Women's Agency. » Studio » Multimedia

The United Nations and Gender: Has Anything Gone Right? | 02/26/09
Stephen Lewis
The UN's response to women's issues has been abysmal, declares Lewis, particularly in dealing with HIV/AIDS. In order to give 52 percent of the world's population the representation they deserve, it's time to create a special UN Women's Agency. » Studio » Multimedia

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