This group will take forward discussions started at the ‘Evaluating Global Health Films’ workshop held in June (a collaboration between TORCH |the Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities and Medical Aid Films) – and continuing at the forthcoming Global Health Film Festival workshop ‘Breaking new ground – what’s the evidence for film in transforming Global Health?’ on Friday 11th November at the Barbican at 13.15pm. This group will host pre-workshop discussions as well as the pre-workshop reading and post-workshop follow up. Further details of the event can be found at http://www.globalhealthfilm.org/programme
This group is for continuing the discussion, sharing relevant links and materials and meeting others from the Connectors 2021 series of workshops. Sign up to Mesh to join the group
This Discussion Group will host a series of discussions throughout, and following, the Mesh July 2016 evaluation month. This will be your chance to ask questions, share insights, debate methods, and contribute to new evaluation resources for the community.
What are your experiences of evaluating social media components of engagement work? Is there anything you have found particularly useful that you could share with the community? Users have recently added a ...
From 18th to 22nd July 18 000 healthcare professionals, policy makers and social entrepreneurs will convene in Durban, South Africa for AIDS 2016, the 21st annual International AIDS conference. Themed ‘Access Equity Rights Now’, the conference will be focused on providing care to and engage with communities of marginalised people; left behind in the race to provide ART - sex workers, men who have sex with men, young people, and transgender people. Issues such as tackling stigma and discrimination and providing support for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) will be a priority at the conference and this group will serve as a location to host further discussion around some of the topics that feature.
Newsletter Provocations Newsletter Provocations Monthly discussions based on a resource shared on Mesh this month Join our discussion and share your thoughts. Whether you are an engagement practitioner or researcher or have other relevant experience we welcome your input. Please feel free to site any relevant projects or publications and we may include these in a future feature.