February 7th 2024
We are delighted to invite you to the first Alliance event of 2024, the Australian Global Health Alliance Congress, to discuss the most critical question of our year, if not times…
What is the future of Global Health?
The global health community is at a pivotal juncture in its identity, systems and approaches; the pandemic, climate change, decolonisation, and the war on misinformation will continue to shape all of our futures in addressing health inequity.
We are therefore delighted to welcome and host Professor Suerie Moon, Co-Director of the Global Health Centre and Professor of Practice in Interdisciplinary Programmes and International Relations/Political Science at the Geneva Graduate Institute in Melbourne as our special guest and Congress key note speaker.
Professor Moon is arguably the world’s foremost academic thinker and institutions leader in global health governance and equitable R&D.
Assoc. Prof Seye Abimbola, Editor in Chief of the BMJ and Associate Professor
Health Systems at University of Sydney, will then moderate an interactive dialogue with Prof Moon and other leading global health experts.
Together with our audience and key members of our local global health community, this is an opportunity to leverage their extensive expertise at the intersection of global governance and public health.
Woodward Conference Room, Melbourne Law SchoolLevel 10 185 Pelham Street Carlton, VIC 3053Get Directions
First Nations health • The health and wellbeing of women and girls • Environmental impacts on health • Net zero healthcare • Emerging and re-emerging health threats • Non-communicable disease strategies • Health and human rights • Commercial determinants of health • Mental health and wellbeing • Health education and workforce • Health economics and financing • Resilient health systems • Access to game-changing discoveries • Global health leadership • Intersectional partnerships • Rethinking drug policy • Caring for vulnerable people