The Moore Prize 2023 Winner for Human Rights Writing 

World Extreme Medicine

But Why? February 2023

Portfolio Medical Careers, April 2022

Safeguarding Sexual and Reproductive Health, January 2021

Notes on a Pandemic, July 2020

“News Day” BBC World Service, August 2019, London

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The UK has announced a further £50 million towards the Ebola response. Benjamin interviewed following deployment supporting DFID efforts in Rwanda.

Live radio interview discussing Ebola preparedness activities along the Rwanda/DRC Border.

BBC World Service, July 2019, London

Benjamin Oren Black Ebola Preparations

Ebola confirmed in Goma City, Democratic Republic of Congo, and declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern.

Live radio interview discussing on-going Ebola epidemic and preperations for further spread in neighbouring countries.

International Women’s Day 2018, RCOG

Responding to Women’s Health Needs in Conflict-Affected Populations

Presentation at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists as part of the International Women’s Day events, 2018.

Interview with The Guardian on the challenges of working during peak of Ebola Epidemic

September 2014, after recently returning from Sierra Leone.

Improving Maternal Health Outcomes During the Ebola Outbreak – MDSR Network, LSHTM, 2017

Practical and ethical dilemmas of working in the current Ebola crisis, Lecture at the London School of Political and Economic Science, 2014. Podcast.

Benjamin Black LSE