Join the USC Institute for Global Health for a discussion on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, HIV and human rights. Mandeep Dhaliwal Director, United Nations Development Programme HIV, Health and Development Group With more than 25 years of experience working on HIV, health, human rights and evidence-based policy and programming in low- and middle-income … Continue reading 08/29/18 – Sustainable Development Goals, HIV & Human Rights: Advancing Equality, Inclusion and Justice
“Using Civic Imagination to Resist: Envisioning A Future With Sexual and Reproductive Rights” took place on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at the University of Southern California (USC) Gould School of Law.
The second session of the Spring 2018 semester of the USC Law & Global Health Collaboration focused on reproductive health. Professor Michele Goodwin, who holds the Chancellor’s Professorship at the University of California, Irvine (UCI) with appointments at the School of Law, School of Public Health, and Department of Gender and Sexuality Studies, discussed the … Continue reading 02/13/18 – Reproductive Justice in the Era of Backlash
This first session of the Spring 2018 semester of the USC Law & Global Health Collaboration—Jan. 23— focused on the impacts of the Trump Administration’s immigration policies in Los Angeles and across the globe, and concrete research and actions being taken to minimize the harms. Professor Sofia Gruskin, Director, Program on Global Health and Human … Continue reading 01/23/18 – Legal and Health Dimensions of Trump’s Immigration Policies: What is Happening and What We Can Do About It
On November 7th 2017, the USC Law and Global Health Collaboration held a session that focused on several of the Trump Administration's aggressive regulatory rollbacks and discussed their impact on climate change efforts, public health and environmental justice. The presenters also discussed potential legal challenges and interventions to support people in Los Angeles and across the globe.
On October 10th 2017, the USC Law and Global Health Collaboration held an evidence-based discussion led by David Kaye, who presented on media censorship, fake news, and the implications for law and health.
The Law and Global Health Collaboration kickstarts this year’s series exploring the implications of the Trump administration’s policies on select law and health topics. Please join us on Sept. 12, 2017 as Parveen Parmar leads an evidence-based discussion on the effects of policy changes implemented by the Trump administration.
Continuing the Law & Global Health Collaboration’s exploration of new and emerging issues at the intersection of law and global health, this session focused on the work of early-career researchers.
This half-day research focused symposium is the capstone event concluding the USC Law & Global Health Collaboration’s year-long series focusing on transgender issues at the intersection of law and global health. Global and national experts from a variety of relevant disciplinary perspectives will address the state of the field, ongoing work in their areas of … Continue reading 04/21/17 – In Transition: Gender [Identity], Law & Global Health Research Symposium
Brazil has been internationally recognized for its successful, rights-based approach to HIV/AIDS. Now, unexpectedly, the country has an emblematic case of backlash. In this lecture, Vera Paiva, professor of social psychology and preventive medicine at University of São Paulo, will describe more recent sociopolitical shifts, as well as present results from an intervention study that tested the acceptability and effects of a multicultural human rights approach.