The USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health team has been working with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in sub-Saharan Africa on a series of evaluations relating to projects addressing the legal environment around HIV and TB to better support key populations.
The leadership of the USC Institute for Inequalities in Global Health (IIGH) team has developed relationships and partnerships around the world for more than two decades on a range of critical global health issues.
On March 11, 2020, USC IIGH will host Sharon Fonn, visiting Fulbright Scholar, USC for a talk titled "March 11, 2020 - Accessing Health Care in South Africa – What Does Inequality Look Like?"
On March 3, 2020, USC IIGH will host Erin Bromaghim, Director of Olympic and Paralympic Development, Office of The Mayor of Los Angeles, for a presentation titled "Localizing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in the City of Los Angeles"
This opportunity has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please check back for next year's courses. Interested in traveling abroad and being immersed in global health work around the world? Apply to attend the IIGH led courses being offered this summer by the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health (IIGH) in Costa Rica … Continue reading 2020 IIGH led courses in Costa Rica and Geneva
Authors: Sofia Gruskin JD, MIA, and Eszter Kismödi JD, LLM
Interested in traveling abroad and being immersed in global health work around the world? Join the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health (IIGH) for an information session to learn more about the two immersion courses being offered this summer in Costa Rica and Geneva, Switzerland.
by APRU Global Health Program with Mellissa Withers published by The Association of Pacific Rim Universities.
On February 12, 2020, USC IIGH will host Joel Lamstein, president and co-founder of John Snow Inc. (JSI), for a talk titled "Issues to consider in implementing global health programs".
On January 30, 2020, USC IIGH will host Dr. Nancy Krieger for a talk titled "Structural racism & the people's health: history & context matters".