Our Annual Report is here! Click below to read about our exciting educational activities, events, research and policy work from the last year.2021–2022 Annual Report
Just published! "Equity in decline: fair distribution in a worse-off world" is a new piece in The Lancet co-authored by IIGH Director Sofia Gruskin.Read here
Why are the law and human rights important to population and public health? Keck School of Medicine's Department of Population and Public Health Sciences spoke to IIGH Director Sofia Gruskin to understand more.Learn more here
New publication alert! IIGH partners with UNAIDS to publish framework on understanding and addressing HIV-related inequalities.Read here
IIGH Addresses the Dobbs Decision
Click here to read our statement reflecting on the implications of the recent actions of the U.S. S...Continue Reading
What We Do
USC IIGH collaborates with faculty and schools across USC, as well as hundreds of civil society, academic, government and UN partners around the world to conduct innovative research that transcends borders and disciplines to make a difference in the world.
USC IIGH is a major center of education and training with a focus on training the next generation of global health leaders in collaboration with a range of international partners, all with a strong commitment to addressing inequalities
USC IIGH launches efforts with partners at global and local levels to contribute to and shape policy agendas to reduce health-related disparities and inequalities. Our policy engagement leverages our research and teaching to engage officials on concrete ways to embed equity and equality into policies, financing, programs, and diplomacy impacting health.