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 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
Learn about the relationship between gender and health in this video from Greg Martin, featuring Shubha Kumar, director of USC's Master of Public Health online program. Dr. Martin runs the Global Health with Greg Martin channel on YouTube as well as This Week in Global Health (TWiGH), a weekly global health show where he and … Continue reading How does gender affect health?
by Lara Stemple, Portia Karegeya and Sofia Gruskin, for Human Rights Quarterly.
By Elizabeth K. Harrington, Shari Dworkin, Mellissa Withers, Maricianah Onono, Zachary Kwena & Sara J. Newman, published in Culture, Health & Sexuality Oct. 26, 2015.
This month the Program on Global Health & Human Rights commenced a new project with the World Health Organization’s Gender, Health Equity and Human Rights team to assist with mainstreaming equity, human rights and gender within the WHO’s work. The program will focus on human rights, specifically, and examine the distinct qualities, synergies and overlaps … Continue reading Gender, Equity and Rights at the World Health Organization
By Sofia Gruskin, Kelly Safreed-Harmon, Chelsea L. Moore, Riley J. Steiner and Shari L. Dworkin, published in Reproductive Health Matters.
By Stewart Landers and Sofia Gruskin, published in the American Journal of Public Health.
By Shahira Ahmed, Rosario Cartagena, Jessie Evans, Laura Ferguson, Susana Fried, Sofia Gruskin, Mindy Jane Roseman and Alexis White, published by the Harvard School of Public Health.