Program on Global Health & Human Rights

The Program on Global Health & Human Rights is at the forefront of developing practical and effective responses to global public health challenges through the innovative application of human rights concepts and methods to research, policy, capacity building, analytical tool development, monitoring and evaluation.

Program Director:

Laura Ferguson, PH.D., MSC, M.A. Laura Ferguson, PhD, SM, MA - Research Director, USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health
Director, Program on Global Health & Human Rights
Program on Global Health & Human Rights

About the Program on Global Health & Human Rights

The Program on Global Health & Human Rights (GHHR), an integral component of the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health, is at the forefront of expanding research in the field of health and human rights, and is a ... read more →
GHHR News & Events

Program on Global Health & Human Rights News and Events

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GHHR Partners & Collaborations

Partners & Collaborations

The Program on Global Health & Human Rights is currently collaborating with the following foundations, intergovernmental organizations, non-governmental organizations and universities: (more…)... read more →

Program on Global Health & Human Rights Projects

The Program on Global Health & Human Rights leads projects all over the world.  View featured projects below. (more…)... read more →

Human Rights Resources & Training Manuals

From health and human rights syllabi to manuals to theoretical frameworks, the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health has produced and co-authored many free, public resources to facilitate training, discussion and pro... read more →
GHHR Publications

Publications

Read articles and publications produced by Program on Global Health & Human Rights faculty. (more…)... read more →
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