February 10, 2021 9am PST – C- Conflicts between law and public trust in the name of public health: COVID experiences from around the world

USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health 2001 N Soto St, Los Angeles

The USC Law & Global Health Collaboration and the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health, in collaboration with USC Community Health Equity Solutions (CHES), are hosting a panel discussion with global and local experts to bring attention to the use and misuse of the law in the COVID era. With a focus on the […]

February 10, 2021 – UC Santa Cruz: Changing Climate: The Role of Environmental Justice

Virtual Virtual

Join UC Santa Cruz to discuss meaningful climate policy and environmental justice reform. In this conversation, Rhiana Gunn-Wright, director of Climate Policy at the Roosevelt Institute and an architect of the Green New Deal, will speak to: • Why climate policy must include environmental justice. • Why climate must be part of our post-COVID economic […]

February 19, 2021 (all-day event) – USC Virtual Global Health Case Competition

Virtual Virtual

The annual USC Global Health Case Competition will be held virtually this year and will bring together teams from schools across USC to present a solution to a global health problem. Teams will have two weeks to prepare their solutions and will present to a panel of expert judges. Expert judges will be drawn from […]

February 25, 2021 9am PST – Senait Fisseha, Director of Global Programs, Buffett Foundation and Chief Advisor to the Director General of the World Health Organization

USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health 2001 N Soto St, Los Angeles

Dr. Senait Fisseha will join USC IIGH to discuss what is needed to decolonize global health, with a focus on opportunities and challenges in this COVID era to accessing contraception and reproductive health services across the globe. Focus Area: Sexuality, Gender and Rights

March 11, 2021 9am PST – Kate Gilmore, (former) United Nations Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights

USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health 2001 N Soto St, Los Angeles

Infecting Rights: A Lecture by Kate Gilmore As part of the Institute’s collaboration with the USC Visions and Voices series, Kate Gilmore, will shed light on how the COVID-19 global public-health crisis has undermined human rights across the globe and what is needed to address to boldly address these challenges. Focus area: Sexuality, Gender and […]