Guidance for the policy shaping of tomorrow
Political decisions need good counsel. This is what the Global Health Hub Germany can deliver.
We are the only German global health network that brings together the voices from eight stakeholder groups: civil society, science & research, youth, the political sphere, the private sector, think tanks, foundations and international organisations. The interdisciplinary and cross-sectoral nature of our around 1,500 members gives political decision-makers the unique opportunity not only to access a wide range of expertise, but also to learn about and benefit from the multiplicity of perspectives and debates.
Developing solutions together
Specifically, we offer the following support:
- Do you need expertise on a specific issue? We can easily connect you to suitable experts from our network.
- Do you need the broad range of opinions from German global health actors? We are happy to carry out small inquiries into the diverse perspectives of our stakeholder groups.
- Would you like to stay informed on global health topics? In addition to our newsletters, we also regularly offer webinars on current issues in global health.
- Do you have a question concerning the Hub? Our management team will answer fast and competently.
Advancing global health
Together, policy-makers and relevant non-governmental global health actors can develop solutions and contribute to improving global health. At the same time, we are strengthening the German contribution to achieving SDG 3 on health and well-being and SDG 17 on partnerships. Join us!
Interested? Our Head of Policy Dialogue Sarah Splettstoesser is happy to advise you: GET EXPERTISE NOW
Further exciting activities we are working on
- At the request by federal ministries, we organise background talks with experts on specific issues.
- We are currently developing new formats for dialogue between policy-makers and the Hub involving all stakeholder groups.
- At the request of ministries or relevant subcommittees, the Hub quickly develops recommendations on current issues.