Category Archives: Human rights impact

Detention of Cheng Yuan: Background & update

Overview to career of Chinese anti-discrimination activist Cheng Yuan, and an update. Continue reading

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Hundreds sign letter to call on China to free Changsha 3

Over 200 individuals and organizations from Africa, Asia, Latin America, Caribbean, E Europe & C Asia called on China to release 3 legal activists. Continue reading

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End HIV discrimination: Free the Changsha Three

Chinese HIV anti-discrimination activists charged with state subversion. Continue reading

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The Uncounted: Video interview

Short video on The Uncounted, Politics of Data in Global Health. Continue reading

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The Global Fund, Governance and Public Health

Recording of the June 2019 webinar Continue reading

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Democratizing Data conference

Conference at NYU School of Law, April 17-18, 2019 open to the public. Continue reading

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Six tips for officials on working with civil society

Capacity-building for government officials. Continue reading

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Event: Human rights transformations

Human rights are described as being in crisis, but the ideals thrive in many places, even where they’re under attack. Join us for this upcoming event to launch a volume, Human Rights Transformation in Practice, edited by Sally Engle Merry … Continue reading

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AIDS 2018: New technologies, new data, new risks

While new technologies are generating real excitement among donors, important questions of risks and ethics may be left in the shadows. Continue reading

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AIDS 2018: Award to Allan Maleche, a “tireless crusader”

The second of a series of four articles for Health and Human Rights on the 2018 International AIDS Conference.  * July 23, 2018 AIDS 2018 is honoring human rights advocates and acknowledging their work is becoming ever more challenging in many … Continue reading

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