Join us for a conversation with clinicians, civil servants and activists on the changing landscape in accessing abortion services in LA and across the country!Register for this Oct. 4 event
Join us for a dialogue with global health equity leaders from the U.S. government, the WHO and Kenyan civil society on the opportunity to embed equity into U.S. global health investments and diplomacy.Register for this Oct. 12 event
Click below to read our statement reflecting on the implications of the recent actions of the U.S. Supreme Court."A Blow to Addressing Inequalities and a Forceful Call to Action"
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.
In this video, Mauro Cabral Grinspan, former Executive Director of Global Action for Trans Equality, shares how trans communities are moving forward to improve knowledge and access to health-related human rights.Watch Pt. 2 of this feature
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