Ok Pannenborg, Richard Seifman The pandemic treaty negotiations may fail – if so, what can we constructively build upon that so far has been achieved and even improve upon Abstract The current final stage negotiations for a new pandemic treaty are moving towards a dead-end situation. Concerns of national sovereignty are dominating today’s pandemic negotiations. […]

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Jens Holst Abstract Global health is a complex umbrella term that has grown in importance over the past two decades, particularly during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Nonetheless, the term “global health” still lacks a universally agreed definition and is applied to a rather broad range of subjects and topics. Ultimately, global health can be

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Eliudi Eliakimu Political Leadership, Collectiveness and Widening our Engagement Abstract The world is facing multiple concurrent challenges that affect global, public and one health. Prospects in global, public and one health requires global, national and subnational political leaders to commit themselves and show the leadership towards addressing these complex and syndemic challenges. As the leaders

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Frank Houghton A Commentary Abstract Ireland is currently leading the way in alcohol control in Europe. Recent initiatives include both the introduction of curbs on alcohol advertising and minimum unit pricing (MUP), as well as the forthcoming implementation of legislation that will require combined text and graphic alcohol warning labels on alcohol packaging. In this

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Frank Houghton1, Lisa O’Rourke Scott2, Jennifer Moran Stritch3, Hazel Katherine Larkin4, Melinda Heinz5 A collection of experience and opinion Abstract The following five contributions, collectively, offer an exploration of various facets of societal challenges and public health issues, highlighting the need for awareness, research, and targeted interventions. The five commentaries for this special section, address

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Genc Burazeri, Ulrich Laaser Abstract JGPOH widmet sich einer globalen Gesundheitsperspektive – den ursächlichen Bestimmungsfaktoren der Bevölkerungsgesundheit und der öffentlichen Gesundheitssysteme.Wir starten einen neuen Ansatz, der sich einer Globaler Gesundheitsgerechtigkeit (Global Health Justice (1)), der Dekolonisierung unseres Planeten, der gefährdeten Erde, und einem „One Health“ Konzept verpflichtet weiß, das Menschen, Tiere, Pflanzen, Gewässer und die

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Frank Houghton Abstract The European Union (EU) faces a host of health, social, cultural, security, climate and economic challenges. In response to these the European Commission (EC) launched the Horizon Europe Research & Innovation program. This commentary critiques the review process in the Horizon Health program. A valuable opportunity to provide feedback to those progressing

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Eliudi Eliakimu, Ruth Ngowi, Radenta Bahegwa, Yohannes Msigwa, Lilian Lyakurwa, Francis Moreen, Laura Marandu, Omary Nassoro, Mbwana Degeh, Saumu Nungu, Michael Kiremeji, Alex Sanga, Alpha Cholobi, Saturini Manangwa, Bushi Lugoba, Edwin Mkwama, Robert Makala, Lutengano Mwanginde, Saidi Chibwana, Reginald Julius, Syabo Mwaisengela, Akili Mawazo, Chrisogone German, Erick Kinyenje, Joseph Hokororo A look at situation post

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