To address the devastating rollbacks to sexual and reproductive health and rights in the United States, and their potential impacts for people everywhere, this academic year IIGH will have as a primary focus sexual and reproductive health and rights issues in Los Angeles and around the world. Stay tuned.
Announcing this exciting new opportunity for early-career research/practitioner professionals to address emerging ethics and human rights challenges in the digitization of population data systemsApply by Aug. 31!
Together with Reckitt (the maker of Lysol) and the Weingart East Los Angeles YMCA, USC IIGH was proud to unveil this public mural promoting COVID-19 vaccine resources.Watch this short video of the unveiling!
Learn more about our exciting educational activities, events, research and policy work from the last year! Read our latest Annual Report.Read the 2020-2021 Annual Report
In this video, IIGH Director Sofia Gruskin speaks with Mauro Cabral Grinspan, former Executive Director of Global Action for Trans Equality, about the pandemic’s impact on transgender communities in Argentina and around the world.Watch Pt. 1 of this feature!
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