From health and human rights syllabi to manuals to theoretical frameworks, the Program on Global Health & Human Rights has produced and co-authored many free, public resources to facilitate training, discussion and progress in human rights approaches to health.

NCDShortCourseHuman Rights and NCDs Short Course

This database provides an up-to-date listing of syllabi from institutions and organizations providing health and human rights education in academic settings around the world.


HHRSyllabiHealth and Human Rights Syllabi Database Syllabi Database

This database provides an up-to-date listing of syllabi from institutions and organizations providing health and human rights education in academic settings around the world.

HumanRightsBasedApproachA Human-Rights Based Approach to Programming Manual

In collaboration with UNFPA, PIHHR has developed a training manual to apply a culturally sensitive, gender-responsive, human rights-based approach to programming. Materials include modules, Powerpoints and a faciliators guide.


CurrentDebatesOnRealizingCurrent Debates on Realizing Health and Human Rights
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Through systematic review and annotation of the peer-reviewed literature, this working paper aims to clarify and contextualize current debates on the roles and responsibilities of the pharmaceutical sector in advancing health-related human rights.


InternationalConferenceonRealisingInternational Conference on Realising the Rights to Health and Development for All
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In 2009, the Initiative for Health and Human Rights of the University of New South Wales and Vietnamese authorities co-organized an International Conference on Health, Development and Human Rights, and a Symposium on related research. These events were conceptualized and co-chaired by Prof. Daniel Tarantola and Prof Cao Duc Thai. Prof Sofia Gruskin was a member of both Steering Committees, a keynote speaker and a panelist. The unpublished reports on these activities appear below. (Versions in Vietnamese can be made available on request)


ResearchSymposium.jpgResearch Symposium on Realising the Rights to Health and Development for All
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In 2009, the Initiative for Health and Human Rights of the University of New South Wales and Vietnamese authorities co-organized an International Conference on Health, Development and Human Rights, and a Symposium on related research. These events were conceptualized and co-chaired by Prof. Daniel Tarantola and Prof Cao Duc Thai. Prof Sofia Gruskin was a member of both Steering Committees, a keynote speaker and a panelist. The unpublished reports on these activities appear below. (Versions in Vietnamese can be made available on request)


GBVHIVHIV and Gender-Based Violence Literature Review
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This publication highlights recent findings on the relationship between GBV and HIV/AIDS and is intended as a resource for all engaged in researching, designing, implementing or evaluating GBV or HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment approaches.


HIVAIDSNutshell.jpgHIV/AIDS & Human Rights in a Nutshell
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PIHHR in collaboration with the International Council of AIDS Service Organizations (ICASO) present a quick and useful guide for action as well as a framework to carry HIV/AIDS and human rights actions forward.


HumanRightsHealthDevHuman Rights, Health and Development Technical Working Paper
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Under the auspices of the University of New South Wales Health and Human Rights Initiative, Daniel Tarantola, Andrew Byrnes, Michael Johnson, Lynn Kemp, Anthony Zwi and Sofia Gruskin offer a theoretical and practical framework for the analysis, application and assessment of health, justice and progress.


TransformingHealthSystemsTransforming Health Systems: Gender and Rights in Reproductive Health

Produced by WHO’s Department of Reproductive Health and Research, and involving strong collaboration with PIHHR and other institutions, this publication contains six core modules covering gender and ethical issues in research policy and how to influence change in health systems.