by Daniel Tarantola and Sofia Gruskin (book edited by Gian Luca Burci and Brigit Toebes), in Research Handbook on Global Health Law
The fourth annual Los Angeles Global Health Conference will take place Jan. 26, 2019, at the University of California, Los Angeles. This year’s theme is "Transcending Borders and Transforming Paradigms: Shaping a Future That Unites Us.” Los Angeles is a truly global city - with more than 140 nationalities represented and 244 languages spoken. This conference will serve to … Continue reading 2019 Los Angeles Global Health Conference
Mistrust, telemedicine, Alzheimer's, human rights and sexual health—USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health faculty are presenting and participating in discussions on a range of global health subjects at this week's 2018 American Association of Public Health Annual Meeting & Expo in San Diego Nov. 10-14. The meeting is the largest annual gathering of public health … Continue reading 2018 American Association of Public Health Annual Meeting & Expo
Dear Community, I am proud to tell you the USC Institute for Global Health is moving forward with a new name and mission to more closely reflect our revitalized vision and goals. Additionally, I am pleased to announce the new director of our Program on Global Health & Human Rights. See below for details: NAME USC … Continue reading Director’s Announcement: New name, new mission, same institute
by Laura Ferguson, published in AJPH.
USC's team has won first place in the Association of Pacific Rim Universities Global Health Case Competition. This year 27 student teams from nine countries and 13 universities registered to compete in the third annual virtual contest. The final round took place at the APRU Global Health Conference in Malaysia. The student teams were tasked … Continue reading USC team wins APRU Global Health Case Competition
In Malaysia, a course taught in conjunction with United Nations University in August 2018 drew 40 participants from research, policy, public health, law, NGOs and other domains to learn about the effectiveness, limits and possibilities of human rights interventions in advancing the highest attainable standard of health. The three-day International Institute for Global Health course in … Continue reading Training in Malaysia connects health and human rights
by Sofia Gruskin, Alice Miller, Jane Cottingham and Eszter Kismodi in SexPolitics Trends & Tensions in the 21st Century