A wealth of insights and valuable discussions from the two-day event, “Sexuality, Health and Human Rights: Fulfilling the Promise of Health and Human Rights for All” in October is now available to experience online.Hosted by the USC Program on Global Health & Human Rights in partnership with Occidental College, the conference invited academics, policymakers and activists to reflect on their work together since the 1980s.
The first lecture, “Sexualities, Gender and Rights: Intersecting Histories,” centers on Amnesty International’s research, programmatic and advocacy work in the sexual rights arena.
The second, “Sustainable Change: Institutions, Law and Movements in the Advancement of Sexual Orientation and Gender-Related Rights,” focuses on sustainable change in institutions, law and movements in the advancement of sexual orientation and gender-related rights. Students from Occidental’s The Agora Project recorded and produced the videos.
A third panel, part of the USC Global Health Lecture Series, is also available to watch online.