Our Operations

For methodology, we will employ pluriversality —the idea of a world in which many worlds fit—and other incompletely-theorized concepts. Inasmuch as total conceptual agreement is not a necessary condition for collaboration in policy making, understanding one another’s positions often facilitates the possibility of arriving at a consensus of shared goals.

We will be pluri-active. We will scope and review literature, undertake empirical research, publish academic papers, organize regional and international workshops, conferences and seminars, as well as participate in global meetings of the World Health Assembly and the World Economic Forum.

The Global Health Solidarity Network will also be a rallying forum that will actively engage members from diverse backgrounds in seminars, capacity building, advocacy, knowledge sharing and inclusivity.