January 2016

Workshopping Innovation and Cooperative Research in Global Law and Policy

"As you travel across Africa, you observe one thing about how Africa is growing: graceless poverty, sitting beside unbelievable wealth. I think the idea of inclusive growth should be front and center in policy discussions in Africa and regulatory mechanisms to promote it must be enacted throughout the continent,” Nigerian native, Chilenye Nwapi, representing the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Law in Canada, raised the issues around how to promote inclusive growth in Africa and the world during the pilot initiative of the Institute for Global Law and Policy (IGLP).

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T.H. Chan School of Public Health Student Emma Din Researches Reproductive Health in Cameroon

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In Cameroon, 62.5 percent of the population is younger than 25 years old, 30 percent of women give birth before age 18, and each year, 782 maternal deaths result from every 100,000 live births. In January 2016, Emma Din, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health ’16, spent...

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