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Solidarity with Turkish Academics

As academics, we are concerned about the lack of freedom of movement and expression currently being experienced by our peers in Turkey. The mass crackdown initiated by the government following the coup attempt has touched every sector including universities. About … Continue reading

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Extreme Measures: Healthcare in Iraq Today – A Need for Reconciliation

Extreme Measures: Healthcare in Iraq Today A Need for Reconciliation  By Katie McClain Health Policy, Planning and Financing MSc Candidate   Iraq is the focus of many news stories, but these often overlook the basic human needs of the local … Continue reading

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Blog post following the Bloomsbury Humanitarian Debate on the refugee crisis by Annie Holmes

“Refugees in Europe: Whose Crisis?”   To answer that question with another: who shows up for a panel with this title? It turns out that a lot of people do. The largest lecture hall at the London School of Hygiene … Continue reading

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New blog about Urine Diverting Toilets

Richard Chunga began his PhD at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) in 2011. His PhD is funded by the SHARE Research Consortium.     For his PhD, Richard is investigating key factors affecting the adoption of urine … Continue reading

Updates on SHARE-funded in Malawi via Rochelle’s new Blog

Dr Rochelle Holm PhD PMP works at the Centre of Excellence in Water and Sanitation in Mzuzu University, Malawi. She is the Principal Investigator for an exciting new SHARE-funded research project into Private Sector Participation in the Delivery of Sanitation … Continue reading