Global Health & Inequality – the role of health research diplomacy
Ole Frithjof Norheim (UiB/BCEPS), Alicia E. Yamin (Harvard University/Partners in Health), Anja Ariansen (UiB).
Inequalities in health – within and between societies – are closely linked to how we organize our societies and how resources are distributed. This seminar will discuss why it is important to research inequality in health – its drivers, dynamics and effects – as well as how this research can be made politically relevant – including in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic – for example when it comes to how vaccines are distributed.
Ole Frithjof Norheim (UiB/BCEPS) and Alicia E. Yamin (Harvard University/Partners in Health) in conversation with Anja Ariansen (UiB).
Bergen Centre on Ethics and Priority Setting (BCEPS) event.
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