Addressing structural racism and violence within global health
Members of the Dahdaleh Institute collaboratively wrote the statement Addressing structural racism and violence within global health.
The statement reflects on the ways racism intersects with areas of work at the Dahdaleh Institute, particularly Global Health & Humanitarianism and Planetary Health, and unequivocally states the signatories' commitment to decolonizing global health in and through the research they conduct at the Dahdaleh Institute.
|Global Health & Humanitarianism, Planetary Health|
Mary E. Wiktorowicz, PhD, MSc, Signatory
James Orbinski, OC, MSC, BSC, MD, MA, MCFP, Signatory
Tino Kreutzer, PhD(c), Signatory
Syed Imran Ali, PhD, Signatory
Rhonda Ferguson, PhD, Signatory
Maissaa Almustafa, PhD, Signatory
Linn Biorklund Belliveau, MA, Signatory
Jennie Phillips, PhD, Signatory
James Stinson, B.A., M.A., PhD., Signatory
Idil Boran, PhD, Signatory
Carol Devine, MSc, Signatory
Rebecca Babcock, MBHL, Signatory
Raphael Aguiar, MSc, Signatory
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