The USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health (IIGH) offers students an array of fellowships, internships, courses and other opportunities. All those interested to learn more about the enriching opportunities that exist through IIGH are encouraged to attend.
The USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health will host Pascale Allotey for a conversation around "Addressing gender, equity and marginalization in global health: moving from reductionism to complexity" on September 25, 2019.
The USC IIGH Student Advisory Council invites you to a film screening and discussion around immigrantion and health. Learn from leaders on immigration issues and meet with organizations within Los Angeles and at USC about ways in which you can get involved.
The USC Law & Global Health Collaboration, as part of the 2018-2019 Global(HEALTH+LAW) Series, explored sexual and reproductive health and rights: a discussion of human rights policy and action led by Rajat Khosla, Senior Human Rights Officer at the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, on September 27, 2018 at USC. Rajat Khosla … Continue reading From Laws and Standards to Implementation of Interventions in Global Health: Human Rights in Praxis
A collaboration between the USC Law & Global Health Collaboration, the Civics and Social Media Group and the Civic Imagination Project on April 18, 2018, this symposium brought USC and area experts and students together to explore new ways of ensuring sexual and reproductive health and rights within the United States and globally, in an increasingly restrictive political climate.
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 Reproductive Justice in the Era of Backlash
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.