Swedish Institute for Global Health Transformation (SIGHT) och UNICEF Sverige välkomnar dig till webinariet “Beyond Building Back Better för barns hälsa och välmående”, fredag den
The COVID-19 pandemic has put research evidence and its use in health policymaking under a new spotlight. Faced with the need for immediate action, as
Dr. Hampus Holmer, Desk Officer at the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs: Why has Sweden chosen to engage in PMAC? – PMAC is one of
What are the links between gender equality, health and peace? What does the opposition to gender equality and women’s rights look like in the world?
Läs debattartikeln här. (Opinion article in Swedish Daily Göteborgs-Posten: ”Many low- and middle-income countries risk being without vaccines in 2021”)
February 2nd. Join the Prince Mahidol Award Conference 2021. Upcoming session PLENARY SESSION 4 Protecting and Improving Human and Planetary Health – A Syndemic View
Göran Tomson and colleagues argue that our ability to control pandemics requires global action to counter inequalities from demographic, environmental, technological, and other megatrends. Read
Läs debattartikel av Peter Friberg, föreståndare för SIGHT, om vilka krav dessa speciella tider ställer på världsledare och 75-åringen FN.
Life-threatening infections in children are becoming untreatable. ReAct releases a short film and a global survey to get the attention from leaders in governments, from
”A future for the world’s children” webinar was organized on the World Children’s Day November 20th 2020 by Karolinska Institutet, The Swedish Society of Medicine,
SIGHT Award 2020 på 100 000 kronor har tilldelats Ebba Malmqvist, docent i arbets- och miljömedicin vid Lunds universitet. Hon får priset för sin forskning om sambandet mellan luftkvalitet och hälsa hos gravida och barn.
SIGHT Award 2020 of 100 000 Swedish kronor has been awarded to Ebba Malmqvist, Associate Professor at Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Lund University, for her research on pollution and health with focus on pregnant women and children.
Welcome to a n urgent webinar discussing the WHO-UNICEF-Lancet Commission report “A future of the world’s children”, 20th November 9–11.30 am. For more info and
PMAC is an annual gathering of global health experts to deliberate and forge a path for better health for the world population. The title of
Please note – last date to nominate candidates for the SIGHT Award is June 5! The purpose of the award is to recognise researchers for
Megdelawit Ayele Shomoroo, Master’s Programme in Public Health Science- Specialization in Health Equality, University of Gothenburg, First-year student “Being part of the annual SIGHT award
Swedish Institute for Global Health Transformation har tilldelat forskaren och läkaren Claudia Hanson, vid Karolinska Institutet, årets SIGHT Award på 100 000 kronor. Hon är
Women in Global Health Sweden organized a 2nd meeting on June 17th, at the Karolinska Institutet. The attending 25 participants were there to discuss the
A youth-led conversation was held at The Swedish Society of Medicine, in which Director General of WHO, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Seth Berkley from Gavi the Vaccine Alliance
One Health: Antibiotic resistance, zoonotic diseases and food security in focus for SIGHT Award 2018
9 November 2018 Johanna Lindahl, senior scientist in veterinary-epidemiology, is awarded the SIGHT Award 2018 and SEK 100 000 from the Swedish Institute for Global
9 November 2018 Det är Johanna Lindahl, forskare inom veterinär-epidemiologi, som får priset och 100 000 kronor från Swedish Institute for Global Health Transformation, SIGHT.
5 October 2018 SIGHT congratulates the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize laureates, Nadia Murad, a survivor of sexual violence in armed conflict and a human rights
30 April 2018 Known as the Swedish global health top events of the year, SIGHT partnered with and participated in “The Swedish Global Health Research
3 April 2018 Maria Nilsson, SIGHT fellow and Associate professor/researcher at the Unit of Epidemiology and Global Health, Umeå University, has been invited by the
14 February 2018 – Students are important advisors for WHO, the World Health Organisation’s director-general Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says, at a unique Sweden visit.