Presentation made to STATSA Webinar, 18th March 2021.
"SRHR-HIV Knows No Borders: Improving SRHR-HIV Outcomes for Migrants, Adolescents and Young People and Sex Workers in Migration-Affected Communities in Southern Africa 2016 - 2020"
The slides from my keynote lecture at the CESSMIR Conference on Needs and Care Practices for Refugees and Migrants can be found here. Some snapshots below. Basically, I argue that we need to be careful with our language/discourses and we need to think about: Why we care about migration & health: what are we advocating… Continue reading Global migration and health governance: opportunities and dangers
Here's an input I made at the CESSMIR Conference on Needs and Care Practices for Refugees and Migrants held at the University of Ghent in September 2018. I was concerned about the lack of engagement with non-EU contexts, and the limited discussions associated with our responsibility to challenge dangerous discourses when engaging on issues associated… Continue reading Damaging discourses: why meanings matter in migration & health research, advocacy, and action
Last week, I made an input at the 2017 Global Forum on Bioethics satellite session on the ethics of research with refugee and migrant populations. My presentation reflected on 'hidden spaces' and heath for all.