Twenty Activists Join Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity

Twenty Activists Join Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity

A campaigner for gender equality and social inclusion from Nepal for women and Dalit community, a Belfast-based human rights champion, and a Chilean feminist policymaker and activist are among the new cohort of 20 Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity at LSE’s International Inequalities Institute.

Annual Forum brings together the Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity in Southeast Asia

Annual Forum brings together the Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity in Southeast Asia

The Equity Initiative’s Annual Forum marks the conclusion of the first phase of the Fellows’ experience – an initial program year of leadership training and exposure to health equity concepts and practices and the strengthening of equity communities through networking

The privilege of being heard

The privilege of being heard

"Surely the acid test of a caring government manifests in the manner it treats the most vulnerable members of society – not the most outraged" writes Thania Gopal, one of the Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity in South Africa at Tekano in this opinion piece in the Daily Maverick. 

Turnbull: we are committed to doing things with, not to, Aboriginal people

Turnbull: we are committed to doing things with, not to, Aboriginal people

In an address to the Australian House of Representatives earlier this week on a report on “Indigenous health, education and other life outcomes,” Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull commented that the nation needs to “design solutions to local problems,” adding, “That’s why we are committed to the Atlantic Fellows for Social Equity Program.”