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Evelyne de Leeuw

Professor, UNSW Sydney

Health political science, urban planning and political place making, health promotion, equity, activist scholarship and scholarly activism

Evelyne de Leeuw joined CHETRE in September, 2015, and is based at the interface of health research, policy and practice at UNSW Australia, the South Western Sydney Local Health District/Population Health, and the Ingham Institute. She currently is also the Director of the HUE (Healthy Urban Environments) Collaboratory, a Maridulu Budyari Gumal SPHERE CAG, run by three universities (UNSW, UTS and WSU) and two LHDs (South Eastern and South Western Sydney).

She is internationally active in IUHPE and is Scientific Chair of IUHPE2022. She is Editor-in-Chief of Health Promotion International and, with Fafard, of the Palgrave Series in Health Political Science.

Professor de Leeuw holds a Masters in Health Policy and Administration (University of Maastricht, The Netherlands, 1985), MPH at the University of California at Berkeley in comparative health systems research (1986) and a PhD in health political science (Maastricht, 1989).