Indigenous Health and Indigeneity 2017-10-11T10:23:10+00:00

FLAGSHIP PROGRAMS

Indigenous Health and Indigeneity

The Alliance prioritises the health of Australia’s indigenous people and aims to help close the gap between their health outcomes and those of the wider population.

The Victorian International Health Economic Impact Study

July 28th, 2017|0 Comments

The Victorian International Health Economic Impact Study has now commenced and will comprise of two parallel and interconnected pieces of work that will map and quantify the global health sector in Melbourne: The Baseline [...]

Water, sanitation and hygiene in remote Indigenous Australia: A scan of priorities

July 15th, 2017|0 Comments

From the University of Queensland and Water Aid: In remote Australian Indigenous communities, the “familiar story” of poor water, sanitation and hygiene-related health challenges continues – despite documentation of this situation during the past 30 [...]

Uluru Statement from the heart

May 31st, 2017|0 Comments

The following is a piece written by University of Melbourne Vice-Chancellor Glyn Davis. Colleagues, Each month I circulate a short reflection on issues for the university, trying to capture something about [...]

Media Release: Alliance accepts Aboriginal health challenge

May 9th, 2017|0 Comments

From the Health Victoria website: A new organisation in Melbourne aims to tackle the health and social inequalities between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people. The Global Health Alliance Melbourne (GLHAM) hopes to capture Victoria’s health strengths and [...]

Media Release: Global Health Champions in Melbourne Accept Global Challenges

March 23rd, 2017|0 Comments

In 28 populations around the world, it’s been demonstrated that Indigenous people have poorer health and social outcomes in comparison with non-Indigenous peoples. A new organisation in Melbourne aims to address this: the Global Health [...]

Announcing the Local to Global Initiative

March 22nd, 2017|0 Comments

Indigenous people have poor health and social outcomes in comparison with non-Indigenous peoples – therefore efforts to improve this will contribute directly to the eradication of poverty worldwide. GLHAM believes that strengthening networks between people [...]