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So far Rasita Vinay has created 11 blog entries.

Who’s the Real Patient? An Examination of Suicide Rates Among Physicians

Tea Binder, B.A. Candidate - Vassar College, GBI Intern Edited By: Nada Taha Mostafa “I solemnly pledge to dedicate my life to the service of humanity. The health and well-being of my patient will be my first consideration… I will maintain the utmost respect for human life…” In a modern reiteration of the Hippocratic oath [...]

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September 2018 Newsletter

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August 2018 Newsletter

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July 2018 Newsletter

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June 2018 Newsletter

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May 2018 Newsletter

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March 2018 Newsletter

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February 2018 Newsletter

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A GBI intern’s perspective on attending the 2018 United Nations General Assembly events in NYC

Rasita Vinay, M. Bioethics Candidate, GBI Intern My ongoing internship with Global Bioethics Initiative (GBI), a not-for-profit international organisation in consultative status with the United Nations ECOSOC, has given me exposure to some pressing global health and bioethical issues through the 2018 International Bioethics Summer School, as well as to some of the 73rd United [...]

By | October 3rd, 2018|News-Articles|0 Comments

Secretary-General of the United Nations Speaking at a UNESCO event at the UNGA on the Case of Anti-Semitism

GBI staff and interns attended several high-level events at the 73rd session of the General Assembly including the General Debate. The Power of Education for Countering Racism and Discrimination: The case of anti-Semitism 26 Sep 2018 -  Racism and discrimination are global issues, as is anti-Semitism: wherever it expresses itself, it is a symptom of broader [...]

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