This week we celebrated Columbus Day, when we mark the arrival of European culture to the shores of the ‘New World’. It can be easy to forget that there was nothing ‘new’ about these shores upon Columbus’s arrival. There were many existing cultures already present with their own religious beliefs, customs and ways of life. […]
[This blog was originally posted in the Health and Human Rights Journal as parts of its series of blogs on the Sustainable Development Goals, and is re-posted here with permission.] “No one will be left behind.” The bold promise at the heart of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) must guide their implementation. This requires utterly […]
Posted in Global Health, Healthcare, Human Rights ; Tagged: American Indians, fcgh, Framework Convention on Global Health, health disparities, health equity, health equity strategies, homeless, marginalized populations, right to health, SDGs, sustainable development goals, transgender.
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