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The Action for Reset Dialogues - Episode VII : Knowledge

In this episode of the Action for Reset Dialogues, Seye Abimbola (University of Sydney and Editor in Chief of BMJ Global Health) and Mishal Khan (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine & Aga Khan University) delve deeply into the rapidly changing knowledge arena around global health. They touch on some powerful realizations that have come to the fore once again: about the decentralized nature of knowledge, about the gaps between the knowledge of people and that embedded in systems, about the many social learning processes that are not yet captured by officialdom in academia or policy. They pose the key question of how better use could be made of the knowledge in communities and organizations of people. They examine what a broader, more context-sensitive and inclusive global health knowledge landscape could look like.



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