[Ip-health] WHO DG CANDIDATE QUESTION TIME CHATHAM HOUSE 3 NOVEMBER 14.00-1700 GMT

Mohga Kamal-Yanni mkamalyanni at Oxfam.org.uk
Tue Nov 1 03:19:16 PDT 2016


Both!

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From:   Charles Clift <charlesclift at tiscali.co.uk>
To:     Mohga Kamal-Yanni <mkamalyanni at Oxfam.org.uk>
Cc:     Ip-health at lists.keionline.org
Date:   01/11/2016 00:35
Subject:        Re: [Ip-health] WHO DG CANDIDATE QUESTION TIME CHATHAM 
HOUSE 3 NOVEMBER 14.00-1700 GMT



And, given the choice, would one prefer one and a half days consisting of 
half hour statements by the candidates followed by random questions from 
member states or three hours of concentrated interrogation by such as 
Richard Horton and an informed audience in Chatham House and elsewhere? 
And from which is one likely to learn more? 

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On 31 Oct 2016, at 23:16, Mohga Kamal-Yanni <mkamalyanni at Oxfam.org.uk> 
wrote:

WHO has to allow 192 member states the chance to ask the candidates! 

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From:        "Charles Clift" <charlesclift at tiscali.co.uk> 
To:        <Ip-health at lists.keionline.org> 
Date:        31/10/2016 18:53 
Subject:        Re: [Ip-health] WHO DG CANDIDATE QUESTION TIME CHATHAM 
HOUSE 3        NOVEMBER 14.00-1700 GMT 
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What WHO does in one and a half days on 1-2 November – Chatham House does 
in
three hours on 3 November! 



This event can be viewed live here: www.chathamhouse.org/livestream
<http://www.chathamhouse.org/livestream> 



The twitter hashtag is #WHOelection. Remote viewers can put questions via
twitter – which (or a selection if there are a lot) will be put to the
candidates.



There will also be Facebook live from 15.30-16.30 through The Lancet
facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TheLancetMedicalJournal 



Charles



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Subject: [Ip-health] WHO DG CANDIDATE QUESTION TIME CHATHAM HOUSE 3 
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Publicizing this event pasted below which will also be webcast. To 
register
to attend in person go here:


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Charles





Question Time: Electing the Next Director-General



of the World Health Organization



3rd November 2016



14.00-17.00



Joseph Gaggero Hall Chatham House







Participants



Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Ethiopia



Dr Flavia Bustreo, Italy



Professor Philippe Douste-Blazy, France



Dr David Nabarro, United Kingdom



Dr Sania Nishtar, Pakistan



Dr Miklós Szócska, Hungary



Moderator: Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief, The Lancet



Co-Chair: David Heymann, Head and Senior Fellow, Centre on Global Health
Security, Chatham House



Co-Chair: Suerie Moon, Director of Research, Global Health Centre, 
Graduate
Institute of Geneva and Associate Fellow, Chatham House







Objective



The process for electing the next director-general of the World Health
Organization (WHO) has started. The six candidates nominated by their
governments are undergoing a process of scrutiny by WHO member states and
its executive board prior to the election of a new director-general by the
World Health Assembly in May 2017.





This event is an opportunity for non-governmental stakeholders – medical
professionals, academics, non- governmental organizations and the private
sector – to hear from the candidates and put questions to them.





















DRAFT AGENDA







14.00 – 14.15                  Welcome and Introduction by Co-Chairs – 
David

Heymann and     Suerie Moon





14.15 – 15.15                 Questions to, and presentations by, 
candidates

moderated by 



                                        Richard Horton





15.15 – 15.25                  Short Networking Break





15.25 – 16.30                  Question Time for candidates moderated by

David Heymann and Suerie Moon





16.30 – 16.45                 Closing Remarks by Suerie Moon and David

Heymann













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