World Health Organization

Do Proposed Reforms of the World Health Organization Go Far Enough?

Earlier this month, the director-general of the WHO unveiled an ambitious restructuring plan to make it more efficient, nimble and focused on its core role.

Surveillance, Response, and Responsibilities in the 2005 International Health Regulations

Sara E. Davies and Jeremy Youde, ‘Surveillance, Response, and Responsibilities in the 2005 International Health Regulations’, in Sara E.

The IHR (2005), Disease Surveillance, and the Individual in Global Health Politics

Sara E. Davies and Jeremy Youde, ‘The IHR (2005), Disease Surveillance, and the Individual in Global Health Politics’, International Journal of Human Rights, 17(1) 2013: 133‒51.

Mediating Risk through the International Health Regulations and Bio-Political Surveillance

Jeremy Youde, ‘Mediating Risk through the International Health Regulations and Bio-Political Surveillance’, Political Studies, 59(4) 2011: 813‒30.

Biosurveillance, Human Rights, and the Zombie Plague

Jeremy Youde, ‘Biosurveillance, Human Rights, and the Zombie Plague’, Global Change, Peace & Security, 24(1) 2012: 83‒93.

The World Health Organization and Responses to Global Health Emergencies

Jeremy Youde, ‘The World Health Organization and Responses to Global Health Emergencies’, PS: Political Science and Politics, 48(1) 2015: 11‒12.

MERS and Global Health Governance

Jeremy Youde, ‘MERS and Global Health Governance’, International Journal, 70(1) 2015: 119-36.

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