We’re very proud to be part of Difficult Dialogues this February! Difficult Dialogues is an annual forum examining issues of contemporary relevance in South Asia. It fosters crucial interaction between a diverse array of stakeholders from academia, law, public policy, politics, business, international relations, the media, young leadership and civic society. In this 2017 edition, Difficult Dialogues has partnered with University College London (UCL) to explore the challenges India faces in creating conditions for good health and access to healthcare for all citizens. Dr Jadhav and Dr Jain will be speaking on inequalities and healthcare and you can read more about their interventions and the event by clicking below.
This year, Difficult Dialogues is partnering with University College London (UCL) to explore the challenges India faces in creating conditions for good health and healthcare access for all citizens. It will include discussions under four broad themes: Inequalities in Health and Healthcare; Perceptions of Gender and Consequences for Health; Universal Health (Care) Coverage; and The Changing Burden of Disease.