GHA Evening Reception: Germany’s Role in Global Health – A Multisectoral Perspective | 2. December 2021
Due to the rapid changes in Covid19 numbers we are forced to postpone out evening reception. We are currently searching for a new date in the first half of 2022. We will communicate the new date in advance and would be delighted to welcome many of you to the event next year.
We would like to cordially invite you to our evening reception on 2 December at the Langenbeck-Virchow-Haus in Berlin. The event will consist of two parts, a panel discussion on Global Health followed by an evening reception. Given the long time restrictions for such events, we are pleased that hygiene concepts will allow us to meet in person. We would therefore be delighted to welcome you to our event and look forward to exciting discussions with you.
GHA Evening Reception on the topic:
Germany’s Role in Global Health – A Multisectoral Perspective
How can health systems be strengthened globally?
The contribution of industry, academia, civil society and politics.
Germany is home to many large and small companies in the health sector that have been involved internationally for many decades. In recent years, Germany’s engagement in Global Health has also expanded considerably. Germany and Berlin are becoming a centre for Global Health. For the first time in 16 years, there are significant political changes in Germany. What are the perspectives for Germany’s engagement in Global Health?
We look forward to an exciting exchange with:
Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Ilona Kickbusch
Founding Director and Chair, Global Health Centre
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva
Prof. Dr. Andrew Ullmann MdB
Member of German Bundestag
Head of European Government Relations, Wellcome Trust
Co-Chair of the Steering Committee, Global Health Hub Germany
Chairwoman of the Board, Save the Children
Dr. Chikwe Ihekweazu
Head WHO Hub for Pandemic and Epidemic Intelligence
Prof. Dr. Detlev Ganten
Founding President, World Health Summit
Co-Founder & Member of the Board of Trustees, Virchow Foundation for Global Health
The evening reception is expected to be held as a 2G+. On-site testing will be offered.
Please register if possible by 19 November.
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