Michelle Higelin has spent her career empowering women and advocating for equality within Australia and developing countries.
Mentorship was a key theme at the Women Leaders in Global Health Conference in London this month, when speakers discussed how to help more women reach leadership positions in the global health and development sector.
It has been less than two months since Helen Clark finished her time at the head of the United Nations Development Programme. But never one to rest or shy away from controversy, Clark is already approaching new challenges head on — including highlighting the United Nations’ lack of transparency in the election of its secretary-general.
The Women Leaders in Global Health conference held in London this month brought women leaders together from various sectors to share experiences and offer advice through talks, panel discussions, and interactive sessions, amid outrage after a number of women could not attend because they were denied U.K. visas.
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