6 things we learned on global health from #GlobalDev Week

Last week, U.N. member states discussed ways to move forward on the post-2015 framework. In a guest opinion, two experts from Action for Global Health share six key lessons learned on the future health goals from their experience at the 69th U.N. General Assembly.

The views in this opinion piece do not necessarily reflect Devex's editorial views.

About the authors

  • Emilie Peeters

    Emilie Peeters is EU policy adviser in Brussels for the global policy project Stop AIDS Alliance, a partner in Action for Global Health cross-European network. Within AfGH she co-chairs the post-2015 task force and works to ensure the right to health for all by 2030. Emilie is also co-managing the global policy work within the Link Up project, to improve the sexual and reproductive health and rights of young people in Bangladesh, Burundi, Ethiopia, Myanmar and Uganda.
  • Marielle Hart

    Marielle Hart is policy manager with the International HIV/AIDS Alliance office in Washington, D.C. responsible for managing the Stop AIDS Alliance global policy project implemented in Washington, D.C., Brussels and Geneva. Marielle is also the Alliance’s global policy lead on the post-2015 process, and works across coalitions, including Action for Global Health, InterAction and Global Health Council, towards common CSO positions on health in the post-2015 framework.