The USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health works across disciplines to address the disparities, inequities and broad determinants of health that impact our world. IIGH is university-wide and driven by excellence in research, education and action. The overall goal of the lecture series is to help facilitate conversation between the local and the global, across continents and disciplines, to highlight new developments and promising practices.
Details regarding each lecture series event can be found below.
Engaging with Law and Politics in a post-Roe World - 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 […] Abortion Services and Access in a post-Roe World - 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 […]