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Leading international activists and journalists debate as part of the Graduate Institute’s 73rd World Health Assembly week. Continue reading
Coming May 15, with Edwin Bernard, Felicita Hikuam, and Mikhail Golichenko. Meg Davis moderates. Continue reading
Data on health and individual movements can pose real threats for everyone—particularly for women and girls, and for marginalized and disfavored groups Continue reading
Right On Podcast, Episode 1: When the coronavirus comes in the door, do human rights go out the window?
What trade-offs should we make between our rights and the greater public good? Continue reading
Update on CERAH’s course on sexual violence in conflict settings – 2018 dates Continue reading
About the overlap between corruption and human rights abuses in aid, and in what agencies can do to address both. Continue reading
UNAIDS should commit to integrating human rights into disease impact models on which its targets are based. Continue reading
Take a trip back to the fabulous summer of 2010, when thousands of activists marched at the International AIDS Conference, waved our beer steins in Stephansplatz to the sweet songs of Annie Lennox, and demanded Human Rights and HIV/AIDS, Now … Continue reading