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Equilogues

The Health Equity Research Initiative in India initiated a series of webinars (seminars online) in 2017. This series aimed to generate a discussion among researchers, advocates, practitioners and policy makers to improvet he coverage adn scope of health equity research and its advocacy in India. Labelled 'Equilogues: Closing the gap: one dialogue at a time for health equity', the series began in February 2017, the webinar is organised once every 2 months, and has hosted 13 interesting talks since. Since October 2018, the Health Equity Network India (HENI) (with its secretariat at the Health Equity Cluster, IPH Bengaluru) took over hosting Equilogues.
TitleSpeakerData
Understanding and addressing the inequalities affecting workers in informal sector in India by Giridhara R BabuGiridhara R Babu21-Nov-19
Social Accountability for Health InequitiesRenu Khanna12-Sep-19
Gender Inequities in Publicly Funded Health Insurance SchemesRajalakshmi RamPrakash07-May-19
Introduction to health equity and how to address it in systematic reviewsDenny John07-Mar-19
Social exclusion and health of Muslim communities in MaharashtraSana Contractor03-Jan-19
Inclusion of minorities in public services in India Upendra Bhojani25-Oct-18
Denial of reproductive health rights of Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTGs) in ChhattisgarhSulakshana Nandi30-Aug-18
Health Inequities & Deep Vulnerabilities following Violent ConflictsJennifer Liang28-Jun-18
Health Inequities in India: A Synthesis of Recent EvidenceRakhal Gaitonde25-Apr-18
Commercialisation in the health sector in India - implications for inequities in healthRama Baru28-Feb-18
Social Inequalities, Health and Well-being: Using the Lens of Dignity and EmbodimentMita Deshpande26-Oct-17
Denial of reproductive health rights of particularly vulnerable tribal groups in ChhattisgarhHelene Schneider & Sulakshana Nandi17-Aug-17
Health & wellbeing: Understanding the persistent gap across caste and genderSanghamitra Sheel Acharya15-Jun-17
Rigour in qualitative researchN Nakkeeran12-Apr-17
Questioning improvements in health - going beyond averagesPrashanth Nuggehalli Srinivas & TK Sundari Ravindran 16-Feb-17