Successful Governance Reform and Its Consequences:  How the Historical Drive for Shorter Meetings and More Time Efficiency Reverberates in Contemporary World Health Assemblies

Successful Governance Reform and Its Consequences: How the Historical Drive for Shorter Meetings and More Time Efficiency Reverberates in Contemporary World Health Assemblies

By Julian Eckl The paper argues the working methods of the World Health Assembly (WHA) have been a recurrent object of reform discussions and that the vision that WHAs should become shorter has been a constant driver for them. It shows also how the vision of shorter...
Connecting Global Goals to Local Priorities

Connecting Global Goals to Local Priorities

By Duff Gillespie, Michelle Hawks Cuellar, Sarah Whitmarsh, Alison Bodenheimer and Sabrina Karklins Like other global initiatives, the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) have had mixed results. One reason global efforts fall short is they ignore...
Fall 2016 Issue

Fall 2016 Issue

Volume X, No. 2: Fall 2016 Issue Full Text Table Of Contents Mapping Foreign Affairs And Global Public Health Competencies: Towards A Competency Model For Global Health Diplomacy Matthew Brown, Julie Bergmann, Timothy Mackey, Quentin Eichbaum, Lotus McDougal and...