October 2, 2014 — Today’s university students have inherited a world rife with inequity. While sickness is universal, access to health care is not. How are students and universities to respond to this reality?
2014-2015 USC Global Health Lecture Series: From Activism to Action
November 4, 2014 — What would you do if you won a million dollars? Professional soccer player and coach Ethan Zohn asked himself that very question after winning the reality television game Survivor: Africa in 2002.
November 11, 2014 —As South Africa marks its 20th anniversary of democracy, it continues to wrestle with the brutal legacy of apartheid and the challenges of transition.
February 10, 2015 — More and more socially minded companies are adopting the “buy one, give one” business model—and leading the way is TOMS, the pioneering One for One® company that put social entrepreneurship on the map.
February 26, 2015 — In the year 2000, the access to medicines movement opened the door to HIV/AIDS treatment for millions of people in the developing world by dramatically dropping the prices of antiretroviral drugs. But have government policies and international laws changed substantially in the wake of this movement?
March 31, 2015 — Since the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development in Cairo, researchers and practitioners have been trying to shift health programming with men from gender-neutral to more gender-sensitive—and transformative.