Anuj Kapilashrami
Anuj Kapilashrami
Senior Lecturer in Global Health Policy
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Intersectionality and gender mainstreaming in international health: Using a feminist participatory action research process to analyse voices and debates from the global south …
R Tolhurst, B Leach, J Price, J Robinson, E Ettore, A Scott-Samuel, ...
Social Science & Medicine 74 (11), 1825-1832, 2012
602012
What can health inequalities researchers learn from an intersectionality perspective? Understanding social dynamics with an inter-categorical approach?
A Kapilashrami, S Hill, N Meer
Social Theory & Health 13 (3-4), 288-307, 2015
422015
Transforming governance or reinforcing hierarchies and competition: examining the public and hidden transcripts of the Global Fund and HIV in India
A Kapilashrami, B McPake
Health policy and planning 28 (6), 626-635, 2012
372012
The Global Fund and the re-configuration and re-emergence of ‘civil society’: Widening or closing the democratic deficit?
A Kapilashrami, O O'Brien
Global public health 7 (5), 437-451, 2012
322012
Gender blind? An analysis of global public-private partnerships for health
S Hawkes, K Buse, A Kapilashrami
Globalization and health 13 (1), 26, 2017
232017
Understanding women’s experience of violence and the political economy of gender in conflict: the case of Syria
K Alsaba, A Kapilashrami
Reproductive health matters 24 (47), 5-17, 2016
232016
Meaningful change or more of the same? The Global Fund's new funding model and the politics of HIV scale-up
A Kapilashrami, J Hanefeld
Global public health 9 (1-2), 160-175, 2014
112014
Understanding public private partnerships: the discourse, the practice, and the system wide effects of the global fund to fight AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria.
A Kapilashrami
Queen Margaret University, 2010
112010
Confronting ‘scale-down’: Assessing Namibia's human resource strategies in the context of decreased HIV/AIDS funding
LI Cairney, A Kapilashrami
Global public health 9 (1-2), 198-209, 2014
102014
Social movements and public health advocacy in action: the UK people's health movement
A Kapilashrami, KE Smith, S Fustukian, MK Eltanani, S Laughlin, ...
Journal of Public Health 38 (3), 413-416, 2016
82016
Interrogating resilience in health systems development
R van de Pas, M Ashour, A Kapilashrami, S Fustukian
Health policy and planning 32 (suppl_3), iii88-iii90, 2017
52017
Examining intersectional inequalities in access to health (enabling) resources in disadvantaged communities in Scotland: advancing the participatory paradigm
A Kapilashrami, S Marsden
International journal for equity in health 17 (1), 83, 2018
32018
Intersectionality and why it matters to global health
A Kapilashrami, O Hankivsky
The Lancet 391 (10140), 2589-2591, 2018
32018
Health policy and planning
L Gilson, N Raphaely
London: Oxford University Press, 2008
32008
Expertise in action: Insights into the dynamic nature of expertise in community‐based nursing
CAW Dickson, C McVittie, A Kapilashrami
Journal of clinical nursing 27 (3-4), e451-e462, 2018
22018
Feminist movements and gender politics: transnational perspectives on intersectionality
A Kapilashrami, R Bisht, S Ravindran
Delhi Univ J Humanit Soc Sci 3, 171-84, 2016
22016
Health insurance: Evaluating the impact on the right to health
A Kapilashrami, D Venkatachalam
Working Paper. New Delhi: Sama—Resource Group for Women and Health, 2013
22013
Sick Scotland: SNP plans to deal with health inequality are lukewarm at best
T Robertson, A Kapilashrami, K Smith
The Conversation, 2016
12016
Global prescriptions and neglect of the" local": What lessons for global health governance has the Framework Convention on Global Health learned?
A Kapilashrami, S Fustukian, B McPake
Global Health Governance 9 (1), 2015
12015
Research Cultures in Clinical Science in South Asia
S Sariola, A Kapilashrami, D Ravindran, J Sharma, R Jeffery
The South Asianist 1 (2), 2012
12012
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