Publications

  • Stats + Stories Podcast with Sandra Alba

    The work of health researchers is vitally important to the safety and well-being of people around the world, with the COVID-19 crisis making that all too clear. However, health researchers are facing a crisis of their own, a crisis of trust. It’s fueled partly by the proliferation of social media, the politicization of data, and the reluctance of some researchers to discuss their work.

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  • YES I DO SYNTHESIS

    REFLECTIONS ON THE BASELINE 2016

    The Yes I Do programme aims to contribute to a world in which adolescent girls can decide if, when and with whom to marry and have children, and are protected from female genital mutilation/ cutting (FGM/C). Child marriage and FGM/C are human rights violations and are, like teenage pregnancy, manifestations of deeply rooted gender inequality and social norms, poverty, inadequate access to sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) information and services, and lack of voice amongst youth.