Emerging Voices in 2010
The first Emerging Voices venture ran in parallel with the First Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Montreux, Switzerland. To give people from the Global South the chance to present their research and policy agenda on the global scene, ITM decided to encourage them to have their voice heard. Through an essay competition 50 Emerging Voices were selected to present their ideas on how to progress towards universal health coverage (UHC), the topic of the 1st Global Symposium. An intensive skills training and universal coverage immersion turned their performance at the 52nd ITM Colloquium into a remarkable and innovative event as well content-wise as in terms of methodology (Pecha Kucha, Fishbowl discussions, …).
In other words, an international competition was combined with a capacity building experience, innovative conference formats and two conferences (Antwerp Colloquium and Montreux Symposium).
- Check out the winners of essay competition
- Watch the performance of some Emerging Voices at WHO’s First Global Symposium Montreux (16-19 November 2010): Lalit Narayan, Aïda Zerbo and Wilfred Gurupira present their pecha kucha
Click here to look at the archives of the 2010 website:
- Forum discussions (in them three shared documents: Why Some Doctors Serve in Rural Areas (pdf) Which Doctor For Primary Health Care (pdf) Mitanins in Chhattisgarh India (pdf)
- Who is who (organizing staff)
Check out our videos on Vimeo (more here)
All videos were recorded during the Antwerp Colloquium.
Photos from the 2010 venture