A new report from the Institute of Development Studies, UK, calls on world leaders to look beyond the conventional staples of the public health toolkit as they draw up a new WHO global treaty on pandemics.
Dans ce blog, les boursiers du SSHAP Kemo et Mariam partagent leurs principaux enseignements du récent programme de bourses français. In this blog, SSHAP fellows Kemo and Mariam share their key learnings from the recent French fellowship programme.
The Social Science in Humanitarian Action Platform (SSHAP) is offering a new round of workshops designed to build capacity in applying social sciences in humanitarian and public health crises. La Plateforme pour les sciences sociales dans l'action humanitaire (SSHAP) propose une nouvelle série d'ateliers destinés à renforcer les capacités d'application…
We are launching the next phase of our Fellowship Programme to begin in May 2023. The fellowship is for future leaders who can make linkages between social science and humanitarian emergencies in a locally relevant way.
A SSHAP brief on COVID-19 vaccines and (dis)trust among youth in Ealing, London by Megan Schmidt-Sane, Tabitha Hrynick, Jillian Schulte, Charlie Forgacz-Cooper and Santiago Ripoll has won the 2022 ARHE Policy Brief Award.
The Royal Anthropological Institute and the Marsh Charitable Trust announced that Juliet Beford, a Co-Investigator (Co-I) of the Social Science in Humanitarian Action Platform (SSHAP) and Director of Anthrologica, is the 2022 winner of the Marsh Award for Anthropology in the World.
The World Health Organization's (WHO) Community Readiness and Resilience Unit has issued a call for proposals for the development of a collection of case studies on COVID-19 and the impact of behavioural and social science insights. The deadline for proposal submissions is 28 October 2022.
EVENT 16 November 2022 Event: Shifting Power in Pandemics
On Wednesday 16 November 2022 between 12:00-15:00 GMT, The Wellcome Trust collaborative Pandemics Preparedness Project is hosting Shifting Power in Pandemics, a public webinar on connecting and supporting preparedness ‘from below’. Shifting Power in Pandemics, will explore issues surrounding connecting and supporting preparedness from below and feature expert speakers from…
In this blog, Santiago Ripoll, Tabitha Hrynick, Megan Schmidt-Sane and Ashley Ouvrier summarise the key messages of a recent briefing on how local governments in multicultural urban neighbourhoods can support vaccine equity in pandemics.
Santiago Ripoll, Tabitha Hrynick, Megan Schmidt-Sane, Ashley Ouvrier
We are pleased to announce the 12 individuals who will be participating in the first French language phase of the SSHAP fellowship, which begins on 17 October 2022. Nous avons le plaisir d’annoncer le nom des 12 personnes qui participeront à la première phase française de la bourse d’études de…