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Passing the Baton in Global Health: Rhetoric & Reality
December 6, 2019 | 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM ET
FHI 360 Conference Center
1825 Connecticut Avenue, 8th Floor
Washington, DC 20009
The Global Health Landscape Symposium (GHLS) is Global Health Council's annual thought leadership event, which convenes policy and program leads from global health organizations across multiple sectors to engage in crucial conversations that drill down on barriers and best practices to address changes in the global health landscape. This year's symposium will explore a number of themes and considerations that get to the heart of what it will mean – for all actors – to democratize global health, and how such an evolution might affect our advocacy narratives or campaigns moving forward. The agenda will focus on banner initiatives such as USAID’s Journey to Self-Reliance as well as explore working community proposals for the Next Big Idea in Global Health to be driven by country strategies and local leadership.
We invite members to nominate speakers for plenaries or breakout sessions that will include such topics as aligning program transition components with policy timeline requirements, addressing the power dynamics of external expectations for in-country stakeholders, and borrowing (r)evolutionary best practices from other international development sectors.
You should attend, if you are a global or national decision-maker in global health, ready to challenge the status quo and contribute to advancing a new architecture that supports models led from the ground up. See you there