The Global Health Diplomacy Program aims to determine how actors at all levels can conduct more effective, comprehensive and coherent diplomacy to innovate in the global governance of the inherently internationalized health risks brought by globalization. Directed by John Kirton and James Orbinski, at the Munk School of Global Affairs in Trinity College at the University of Toronto, the program focuses on the role of intergovernmental and transnational institutions and networks and the role of state and non-state actors in their creation and governance. Its projects include “Innovation in Global Health Governance,” “Forging the Health-Diplomacy Link,” “Strengthening Summit Diplomacy for Global Health,” and “Canadian Foreign Policy for Global Health.”