Decolonising global health means a dismantling of privilege and the structural barriers to health, both across countries and within. In a world where everyone’s health matters, whose knowledge do we value? Whose voice is loudest and how do we shift the dial?
Sabina Faiz Rashid, a distinguished scholar in global health, works at the coalface of public health in Bangladesh. Join her for a conversation with UNSW Sydney’s Rebecca Ivers as they discuss Sabina’s research in Bangladesh, and they unpack what it will take to achieve true change.