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Professors Sofia Gruskin and Laura Ferguson traveled to Jakarta, Indonesia, for a Program on Global Health & Human Rights project with Open Society Foundation and partner organization Lembaga Bantuan Hukum Masyarakat, a legal aid institute in October. During their weeklong visit they worked with LBHM to begin examining the health implications of its work and … Continue reading Rights-based evaluation examines implications of Indonesia legal aid group
The USC Program on Global Health & Human Rights has begun a new project with the Open Society Foundations focused on strengthening the capacity of and increasing access to justice for people who use drugs, with a special focus on young populations in Indonesia. As part of this project GHHR will partner with and provide … Continue reading Indonesia project aims to increase access to justice, health, human rights