Decoloniality in global health research: ten tasks for early career researchers

Roxanne C. Keynejad, Omar Deraz, Rebecca Ingenhoff, Frode Eick, Hassan Njie, Selina Graff, Tara Ballav Adhikari, Polona Zajec, Maria-Christine Mautner, Andrés Salazar, Hanne Ochieng Lichtwarck, Francisca Gaifém, Hiwot Abera, Hiwot Hailu Amare, Sewhareg Belay Alemayehu, Adiyam Mulushoa, Pascal Grosse

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Few articles advocating decolonisation offer actionable strategies within most early career researchers’ (ECRs) sphere of influence. ECRs are uniquely positioned to drive change. Educating ourselves and others, advocacy, critical allyship, advancing beneficiaries’ agendas, strengthening capacity, equitable partnership, diversifying paradigms, upholding ethics, ensuring recognition and pursuing epistemic justice are ten tasks within our reach.
Original languageEnglish
Article numbere014298
JournalBMJ Global Health
Issue number11
Publication statusPublished - 24 Nov 2023


  • Global Health
  • Decoloniality
  • Early career researchers
  • Decolonisation


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