Healthy societies for healthy populations (WP1734)

Podcast

Dr David Nabarro, Strategic Director at Skills, System & Synergies for Sustainable Development, moderates a conversation with Gunilla Carlsson, former Minister for Development Cooperation in the Government of Sweden, Dr Kumanan Rasanathan, Board Member of Health Systems Global, and Dr Renzo Guinto, Chief Planetary Doctor of the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, on […]

Wilton Park nuclear non-proliferation podcast episode one

Podcast

The first of a series of three podcasts recorded at our annual nuclear non-proliferation conference in December. Hosted by Dr Mark Smith, Senior Programme Director, Security and Defence Contributors: Alex Bell, Senior Policy Director, Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Gaukhar Mukhatzhanova, Director, International Organizations and Nonproliferation Program, James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies Tom […]

Wilton Park nuclear non-proliferation podcast episode two

Podcast

The second of a series of three podcasts recorded at our annual nuclear non-proliferation conference in December. Hosted by Dr Mark Smith, Senior Programme Director, Security and Defence Contributors: Alex Bell, Senior Policy Director, Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Gaukhar Mukhatzhanova, Director, International Organizations and Nonproliferation Program, James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies Tom […]

Wilton Park nuclear non-proliferation podcast episode three

Podcast

The third of a series of three podcasts recorded at our annual nuclear non-proliferation conference in December. Hosted by Dr Mark Smith, Senior Programme Director, Security and Defence Contributors: Alex Bell, Senior Policy Director, Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Gaukhar Mukhatzhanova, Director, International Organizations and Nonproliferation Program, James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies Tanya […]

The future of power, influence and networks (WP1617)

Podcast

The nature of power is changing in the information age with state and non-state actors struggling to adapt to the momentum of technological progress. Governance structures; regional, national, and subnational, are being tested. The distance between the citizen and state is manifesting itself in new and unpredictable ways. What does this mean for the UK […]

Next generation African peacebuilding (WP1676)

Podcast

A panel of experts and practitioners discusses the current state of peacebuilding in Africa and how it needs to evolve, the contributions that community-based organisations can make, the role of international donors, and their hopes for the future. Contributors: Cheryl Hendricks, Executive Director, Africa Institute of South Africa, Pretoria Victor Ochen, Founder and Executive Director, African Youth […]

Boosting youth employment in Sub-Saharan Africa (WP1609)

Podcast

In a climate of concern around global economic growth and productivity, youth unemployment is again on the rise, with young people in emerging economies particularly badly affected. Baroness Patricia Scotland, the Secretary General of the Commonwealth, explores, alongside three young people from Sub Saharan Africa, what can be done to tackle this complex issue. Contributors: […]

Artificial intelligence and global health (WP1626)

Podcast

We discuss the potential of AI to deliver improved health outcomes for individuals in low resource settings through the use of simple applications that build on existing health care approaches. The discussion also focused on ethical implications of using AI for global health, the likelihood of it exacerbating existing inequalities, and issues relating to trust, […]

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) (WP1591)

Podcast

We discuss current understanding of PTSD as well as its impact on individuals and their families. Contributors: Eyal Fruchter, Chair of Mental Health Division, Rambam Health Care Campus, Tel Aviv Jonathan Bisson, Professor of Psychiatry, Cardiff University

Innovations to reduce the use of antimicrobials in food-producing animals in LMICs (WP1615)

Podcast

As the threat of antimicrobial resistance becomes an increasingly important issue we discuss ways to limit the emergence and spread of resistant bacteria throughout the world, the main drivers of AMR in food-producing animals, and research gaps in possible vaccines and alternatives to antibiotics. Contributors: Sharmila Nebhrajani, Chief Executive, Wilton Park Dirk Werling, Professor of […]