Orientations and Identities: Human Rights on the Global Stage Workshop

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Leading scholars and practitioners working at the intersection of sexuality, health, human rights, international relations and development, came together at the workshop “Orientations and Identities: Sexuality and Human Rights on the Global Stage” May 28-30, 2014, to form the basis for the development of global research in this area.  The workshop was hosted by the Program on Global Health & Human Rights at the USC Institute for Global Health and Department of Preventive Medicine, along with the following groups: La Trobe University in Australia; the University of California, Los Angeles, Williams Institute, Health and Human Rights Law Project, School of Law, and Burkle Center for International Relations; the Occidental College Young Fund Initiative; and the University of California, Irvine, School of Law. It included a number of side events such as the City of West Hollywood’s “Sexuality and Human Rights on the Global Stage” Human Rights Speaker Series event.

The West Hollywood’s Human Rights Speaker Series program video and photographs are available online.

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