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Addressing structural racism and violence within global health

Addressing structural racism and violence within global health


Published on July 22, 2020

July 2020

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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



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