Engaging in Multi-stakeholder Diplomacy for Health

From 25 to 27 April 2018


Negotiating health in an interdependent world

  • Intensive three-day course with renowned faculty and leading practicioners
  • Combine theory and practice through guest lectures, panel discussions, working groups and simulation exercises
  • Meet in the world’s global health capital
  • Led by the Global Health Centre (GHC) at the Graduate Institute

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Multi-stakeholder diplomacy is evolving rapidly, not only as a key cross-cutting strategic component in international relations, but also by the magnitude of actors involved in global health. A range of stakeholders from governments, civil society organisations and the private sector play influential roles at varying stages and levels of global health diplomacy. Pressing health issues can only be addressed and solved collectevly with all actors being involved. This complexity requires on the one hand, a thourough analysis and assessment of the interests and needs of each stakeholder, and on the other hand, political leadership and negotiation skills to navigate effectively diverse environments