One system for all: Universal access to health care in practice

By Julie Castro. My interest in health emerged as a way to take action in the fight for social justice. During my medical studies I did internships in Africa and India, and worked in a refugee camp located along the Thai-Burmese border. At the same time I became more aware of the anti-globalization movement, and it appeared to me that it was addressing the structural causes of ill health: inequality at both the global and local level. Today, while I

Other Worlds has partnered with the National Catholic Reporter to publish a 12 part series, titled “Women: Birthing justice, birthing hope.”  The columns, collected and edited by Beverly Bell, feature empowered women who offer alternative visions as they birth a new and more just world order

By Julie Castro. My interest in health emerged as a way to take action in the fight for social justice. During my medical studies I did internships in Africa and India, and worked in a refugee camp located along the Thai-Burmese border. At the same time I became more aware of the anti-globalization movement, and it appeared to me that it was addressing the structural causes of ill health: inequality at both the global and local level. Today, while I

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