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    In advance of the UN on next week, Prof shares this compelling article on 'What is the single biggest killer of women globally? Knowing the answer to this question could save your life’:

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  2. Joining & colleagues at the today, exploring ways to leverage the connections between ag, nutrition, and — to drive better outcomes for people and planet. – at World Bank

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  3. Sep 20

    Spreading the message - join us if you about!

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  4. Sep 21

    The first-ever crowd source calendar of all side events at and is turning out to be a great tool.

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  5. Sep 21

    reveals that over half of the world's countries are off track to meet target 3.4. But those who are on track cannot sit on their laurels.

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  6. SRH receives a big share of annual global spending on , but evidence shows many and providers are unaware of conditions like or differences in how women and men are treated for it. For more, read this blog by

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    Recruiting a "Head, Statistics Australia". We are seeking a dynamic Head, Statistics Australia. This role will have overall responsibility for the delivery, quality and integrity of statistical activities to support research progra…

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  9. Sep 21

    What's the single biggest killer of women globally? Knowing the answer could save your life. In advance of on @[email protected] discusses cardiovascular disease, women's health, & innovative tools for change:

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  10. New report from & says half of all countries around the world, including Australia, are set to miss targets in 2030: We ask governments ahead of UN on to commit to 5 priorities to

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  11. Sep 21

    Wow! getting mega press attention today quoted on CNN, AFP, Daily Mail, Indian Express, Sun, Mirror, Independent, Politico and more to come! Want to see what the fuss is about?

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  12. Sep 20

    Honored to discuss issues with & great colleagues including exploring linkages with

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  14. Sep 20

    Thank you for engaging & your amazing work on appreciated your questions & examples

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  15. Sep 20

    Looking forward to the results in early 2020.

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    In advance of the HLM on NCDs next week - my blog: Knowing the answer to this question could save your life via

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  18. Sep 20

    Seminar: 25 Sep, 12-1pm | Dr Amanda Henry & Dr Cheryl Carcel from presenting Global Women's Health Program at The George Institute for Global Health: An Introduction and Opportunities for Collaboration. Webinar at

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  19. Two more medals round up our Annual Meeting. The Sir Rickard Christophers Medal goes to Professor Bridget Wills, , and the Emerging Leaders Award is won by , . Congrats to you both!!

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  20. Congratulations to Dr Devaki Nambiar for winning the prestigious Emerging Leaders Award 👏

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