How Singapore Solved Healthcare
The Policy Post #97
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This week’s newsletter features a video on how Singapore solved healthcare, a fellowship for lawyers, a piece on financial services and how they can bridge the gender gap and the latest job and internship opportunities from the field of public policy and development!
With that we bring you The Policy Post #97!
This Week’s Policy Focus 🔎
Can Existing Digital Financial Services in India Bridge the Gender Gap?
Anushri Muthusamy writes: The gender gap will only allow the society’s social fabric to stumble and the economy to stagnate. Digital financial services are a significant way to bridge the gap until it’s looked from a gendered standpoint.
Policy Charcha 💬
The best Podcasts, Videos, Essays and Fellowships for this past week from the world of Policy and Governance!
🎥 Video: How Singapore Solved Healthcare
📚 Fellowship: Digital Defenders Network (programme for lawyers)
📷 Simplifying Policy Issues: PolicyGram
Databases and Guides 📚
Our newest database lists out the most important hard skills for public policy and where to learn them!
Jobs Post 💼
A curated list of some of the best jobs and internship opportunities this week from the world of public policy, development sector, impact consulting and communications at large!
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