02/26/16 – Mexico’s Feasible Path Towards Reducing Premature Mortality

Jaime Sepulveda

Reducing deaths of mothers and children has been a longstanding priority for Mexico. But new research shows that non-communicable diseases require urgent attention in the country in order to meet is commitment to the 2030 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. In 2015, countries adopted these goals to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity … Continue reading 02/26/16 – Mexico’s Feasible Path Towards Reducing Premature Mortality

Sexuality, Health & Human Rights Event Videos Now Available

A wealth of insights and valuable discussions from the two-day event, "Sexuality, Health and Human Rights: Fulfilling the Promise of Health and Human Rights for All" in October is now available to experience online.Hosted by the USC Program on Global Health & Human Rights in partnership with Occidental College, the conference invited academics, policymakers and activists … Continue reading Sexuality, Health & Human Rights Event Videos Now Available

VIDEO: Sexuality, Health, and Human Rights: Fulfilling the Promise of Health & Human Rights for All

In November the Program on Global Health & Human Rights, in partnership with Occidental College, hosted the two-day panelist discussion, “Sexuality, Health and Human Rights: Fulfilling the Promise of Health and Human Rights for All," as part of the USC Global Health Lecture Series. The video recording is now online. Watch the lecture »

Trailblazing Minds Convene to Discuss Sexuality, Health & Human Rights

This month the USC Program on Global Health & Human Rights, in partnership with Occidental College, hosted a two-day event, “Sexuality, Health and Human Rights: Fulfilling the Promise of Health and Human Rights for All.” It commenced at Occidental College Nov. 1 and culminated Nov. 2 at USC, where it was introduced by City of … Continue reading Trailblazing Minds Convene to Discuss Sexuality, Health & Human Rights

11/04/15 – Risks, Vulnerabilities & the Burden of Living with HIV: Understanding the Needs of Key Populations in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

This presentation will highlight data that challenges traditional assumptions about the epidemiology of HIV across lower- and middle-income countries, focusing on sub-Saharan Africa. Using systematic reviews, empirical data and mathematical models, Johns Hopkins Professor Stefan Baral will present a case that emphasizes unmet HIV prevention and treatment needs of key populations—including gay men and other … Continue reading 11/04/15 – Risks, Vulnerabilities & the Burden of Living with HIV: Understanding the Needs of Key Populations in Low- and Middle-Income Countries