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Anthony Zwi

Professor of Global Health and Development - School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at University of New South Wales, Australia | Sydney , Australia

Culture/Gender Studies, Healthcare, Politics and Political Science, Public Administration
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Available for mentoring and open to collaboration.
Support Level:
Short-term mentoring and support
Support Offered:
Publication ethics, Responding to peer review, Systematic reviews, Theses and dissertation writing


Politics and Political Science, Culture/Gender Studies, Public Administration, Healthcare
Research Keywords:
development policy, human rights, global health, health policy, international development, global development, public health, health policy, conflict, humanitarian aid, international 'aid', research for development, policy analysis, post-conflict, human resources for health, research for policy and practice, NGOs, social sciences, research methods, social justice
Collaboration interests:
development policy; global health; health policy; social sciences and health; auto ethnography; lesson learning; humanitarian interventions; disasters; political conflict; violence; civil society; social justice; universal access; equity
Professor of Global Health and Development in UNSW School of Social Sciences. Committed to interdisciplinary work - between health sciences and social sciences such as international relations, development studies, sociology and anthropology. Wide interests in relation to research for development with a focus on global health, development policy, human rights and research for policy and practice. Settings with which I am most concerned are least developed countries, post-conflict, disasters, humanitarian studies, human rights and social justice, health equity, and many others.

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