Author: Megan Carney

Austerity, Not COVID-19, Strains National Healthcare Systems by Megan Carney

Megan Carney , April 28th, 2020


Spain and Italy, two of the countries most affected early on by COVID-19, were also among the EU member-states that underwent severe and extended austerity measures following the…


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Cosmopolitan Conceptions in Global Dubai

Megan Carney , January 25th, 2017


A 21st century reprohub Since the beginning of the new millennium, the Arab world has experienced unprecedented levels of political violence and disruption. However, against this bloody backdrop,…


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Edited Out of History

Megan Carney , June 27th, 2016


How the Absence of Black and Brown Children from the Historical Record Could be Hazardous to Your Health When Lewis Hine took a job as the photographer for…


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Abortion and Human Rights in Mexico

Megan Carney , April 11th, 2016


Feminist Approaches within and Around the Law At a recent Mexico City training session in her organization’s model of abortion accompaniment (the provision of emotional and logistical support…


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Does Early Intervention Promote Recovery?

Megan Carney , February 9th, 2016


Director of NIMH Leaves for Google to Develop New Technologies There is a growing trend among large companies in the private sector to join in health promotion efforts,…


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Too Expensive to Eat

Megan Carney , September 15th, 2015


When Food Becomes Money in a Rural Village of Fiji The commodification of various traditionally produced and procured foodstuffs, like taro and fish has been a gradual and…


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