Throughout here recent career Ilona Kickbusch was one of the driving forces to propose a strong role for Europe in global health. She created Global Health Europe which was initially managed by the Global Health Centre in Geneva. One of the outcomes of the advocacy work was the EU Council Conclusions on the EU role in Global Health 2010.
has published in 2016 with Thea Emmerling a book on Europe’s role in
global health “The European Union as a global health actor”.
Under the Finnish EU Presidency, a new initiative to strengthen the
European role in global health has emerged and an expert group has been
established. A paper to take the discussions is now available from the Global Health Centre at the Graduate Institute, Geneva.
She has recently been elected to join the Advisory Board of the European Health Forum Gastein.
Ilona Kickbusch has contributed some blogs on the response of the European Union to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Much at stake as EU battles COVID-19
The Big European Shut Down
EU: Strongly United for Health—Deeply Divided on the Economy
COVID-19 is Smoke and Mirrors—What Matters is International Law
more on www.wilsonquarterly.com
Video and presentation on udg.edu