In this webinar on April 18, 2023, we explored the challenges and opportunities for sexual and reproductive health and rights in the current moment of global social and economic upheaval. In an era of progress and immense ch... read more →
Addressing Mpox, declared a public health emergency in July 2022, requires not only strong political commitment grounded in sound evidence and science, but explicit attention to human rights and the voices of affected commun... read more →
Click here to read our statement reflecting on the implications of the recent actions of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Abortion is health care and health care is a human right.
The overturning of Roe v. Wade in June 2022 w... read more →
On Dec. 8, the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health (IIGH) launched the Health and Human Rights Oral History Project (HHROHP), a growing archive of video testimonies from diverse figures in the health and human rig... read more →
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On Nov. 16, we hosted the final lecture series event of the fall semester. This event, in partnership with the USC Law & Global Health Collaboration and Center for Gender Equity in Medicine and Science, addressed the imp... read more →
At our first Lunch & Learn of the year, IIGH Director of Policy Engagement Jonathan Cohen shared how his work on health and human rights led him to the aging field, research he’s conducted on sexual and gender diversit... read more →
On Oct. 19, this virtual discussion convened practitioners, activists and scholars engaged in addressing the current legal and political landscape around abortion in the United States and beyond. Expert panelists provided in... read more →
On Oct. 12, IIGH brought together global health equity leaders from the U.S. government, the World Health Organization and Kenyan civil society to discuss and capitalize on the historic opportunity offered by the Biden-Harri... read more →
On Oct. 4, IIGH hosted an engaging discussion with service providers and activists working in the field of reproductive health. This event brought together clinicians, civil servants, non-governmental organizations, and acti... read more →
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