Governing Global Health: Is there a Role for Human Rights?
Thurs, September 21
4:30 pm | Room 1014
Human rights norms and principles are now seen as central to global health, offering universal frameworks for the advancement of global justice through public health. Despite the development of health-related human rights under international law, the implementation of these rights requires global governance to translate into policies, programs, and practices.
Join the Duke Human Rights Center at the Kenan Institute for Ethics at 4:30 p.m. Sept. 21 for a panel conversation about organizational efforts to implement human rights and analyze the distinct institutional factors that facilitate or inhibit human rights "mainstreaming" for global health advancement. The event takes place at Duke's School of Nursing in room 1014, with a reception afterward.
Lawrence O. Gostin (University Professor, O'Neill Chair in Global Health Law, Georgetown University)
Benjamin Mason Meier (Associate Professor of Global Health Policy, Zachary Taylor Smith Distinguished Professor of Public Policy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Alicia Ely Yamin (Visiting Professor of Law, Georgetown U Law Center; Adjunct Lecturer on Law and Global Health, Harvard University; Panelist, UN Secretary General's Independent Accountability Panel for the SDGs (EWEC); Global Fellow,Norway's Centre on Law and Social Transformation)
The program will be moderated by Gavin Yamey, Professor of the Practice of Global Health at Duke.
This event is co-sponsored by the Duke Global Health Institute, International Human Rights Clinic, Center for International and Comparative Law, and the UNC Department of Public Policy.
For more information, contact or RSVP to Deirdre White by 9/18.