Engaging in
Multi-stakeholder Diplomacy for Health

From 25 to 27 April 2018

 

Course Co-Directors: Stefan Germann, Fondation Botnar and Michaela Told, Global Health Centre

 

(to be updated for the course 2018)

Negotiating health in an interdependent world

  • Participatory seminar with world-renowned faculty and leading practitioners
  • Combines theory and practice through guest lectures, multi- stakeholder panels, brown bag lunches, negotiation exercises and simulation
  • Meet in the world’s global health capital
  • Led by the Global Health Centre (GHC) at the Graduate Institute

 

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. This complexity requires a better analysis and assessment of the interests and needs of each stakeholder, and new leadership skills to act effectively in such diverse environments.

 

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