Nicoletta Dentico, talks about the context in which the report was conceptualized, the dangers of austerity and commercialization, and how debt and illicit money flows affect spending on health.

More than 200 organizations, including SID, have pledged to seek to change our systems in this historic Santiago Declaratio. We want our systems to place a higher priority on human rights and ecological sustainability, rather than GDP growth and narrowly construed economic gains.

The fifth episode of the GHW6 podcast series features Magdalena Ackermann, exploring the structural flaws of the global food system, which pollutes, consolidates control in a few oligopolies, and ravages the land needed for production, while failing to meet the world’s need for healthy and nutritious food.

Nicoletta Dentico, SID's Director of Global Health Justice Programme discusses the early draft of what the future treaty on pandemics could contain as countries  gathered in Geneva at the World Health Organization (WHO) to discuss the future of global health.

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Nicoletta Dentico analyzes how the virus exalted the world's imbalances by triggering vicious circles with devastating consequences and shares the inside view from Italy.