We cannot use “blood minerals” to mitigate climate change: Statement from Collegium Ramazzini

Artisanal Small-Scale Mining (ASM) is one of the world’s most dangerous occupations. The World Bank estimates that 100 million children, women and men work in ASM worldwide, mostly in remote rural areas of Low-income and Lower-middle-income countries. ASM is increasing rapidly. Paradoxically, a key driver of this growth is climate change mitigation. However, “We cannot…

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CUGH Highlights: from 2012 to 2020

We have created a report that provides a brief snapshot of CUGH, from the opening of our Washington, DC office in Sept. 2012 to Dec. 2020, and includes details such as membership growth, webinars held, and other activities that CUGH has undertaken.

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CUGH June 2021 Bulletin is Live

The June 2021 edition of CUGH’s monthly newsletter, The Bulletin is live. This month’s edition includes: News about CUGH 2022 Other global health newsletters to follow A funding opportunity for underrepresented researchers and clinicians in LICs & LMICs

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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA COVID-19 RESOURCES FOR THE LATINO COMMUNITY

Visit the UC Berkeley and the Health Initiative of the Americas resource page for information about COVID-19 in the US, Mexico, and Colombia.UC Davis also has a website dedicated to COVID-19 resources which features printable resources, training tools, events, and Spanish and Indigenous language informational videos.Please also check out the “We Can Do This” campaign,…

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