Questions for Berggruen Prize Winner Dr. Paul Farmer

What is the future of public healthcare where you live? What are the major challenges – and opportunities? Is public health a human right for all?

 

The BBC would like to hear from you. Put your question – or thoughts - to the acclaimed American anthropologist and physician Dr. Paul Farmer. Send us your question about health and healthcare, and take part in a World Service radio show.

 

Please submit your question to the BBC in the form below.

 

All the fields marked with an asterisk (*) are mandatory.

 

Please note that if your question is chosen for the program, your given name will be read out during the recording. Your question will be seen by a BBC producer. We will securely store the data you give us in your initial application for one month after the program is first broadcast.
The program is a co-production between the BBC World Service and the Berggruen Institute
This program will be broadcast on the BBC World Service and remain on the BBC website. Both the BBC and the Berggruen Institute are committed to protecting the privacy and security of your personal information. This privacy notice describes how we collect and use personal information about you during and after your relationship with us, in accordance with data protection law.
What we will collect
We will only collect data from you that is necessary for you to participate in the event. the Berggruen Institute will collect the following – which will be shared with the BBC:
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  • Your first and second names
  • Your country of residence – Information regarding your work
  • Your phone number
  • Your suggested question and/or comment
If chosen for the program, the BBC will collect the following during the recording:
  • Your country of residence
  • A recording of your voice (in cases where you are an audience member and ask questions of the panel or make your comment)
Data Usage
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Deleting Your Data
We will securely store the data you give us in your initial application for one month after the program is first broadcast. After this time, all the public data collected will be deleted. Recordings of voices of audience members who are featured in the broadcast will be kept in perpetuity as part of the BBC Archives.
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