Institut de diplomatie publique in response to increasing interest and demand for research, training and advisory expertise concerning diplomatic negotiations during Coronavirus Pandemic formed health diplomacy division.
It brings together practitioners and researchers in order to improve capacity in health diplomacy, and ultimately, to improve Global health.
Our voluntary research project involves reviewing cross-sectoral experiences in international relations to yield lessons for the public health sector.
Our Health Diplomacy Division now has 36 Doctor/PhD members and more than 200 Professional members and observers in Europe, Africa, North America and Asia.
The division divides its activities into 4 streams
(a) training of public health diplomats ,
(b) information sharing,
( c ) science publications
(d) research relevant to practitioners seeking to understand better the policy issues and process.
Joining Institut de diplomatie publique allows members to participate in information sharing, publication, educational sessions and networking opportunities through panel discussions and webinars.
Members of the Institute receive a Certificate or DIPLOMA of membership (with supplement), which will be sent to them after approval of membership.