The Unequal Voices project, enabled by the ESRC-DFID Joint Fund for Poverty Alleviation Research, has produced vibrant policy engagements from the local to the global level, and for its final output, a set of flagship articles synthesising the evidence and insights from São Paulo, Amazonas, Maputo and Zambézia have been published. The latest of which is the Novos Estudos special issue.
The special issue features five flagship articles on accountability and health inequalities in Brazil and Mozambique:
- Introduction: The accountability politics of reducing health inequalities: learning from Brazil and Mozambique
- Diversities and convergences in health indicators in Brazil and Mozambique
- Accountability and Reduction of Health Inequalities: The São Paulo Experience
- Management, politics and social movements in the Alto Rio Negro Indigenous Special Health District
- Dosed decentralization: structuring facets of health inequities in Mozambique
Further information about the project and the articles can be accessed at Learning from Brazil and Mozambique on Universal Health Coverage and accountability politics.
Learning from Brazil and Mozambique on Universal Health Coverage and accountability politics was originally published by IDS on 10 December 2019