This course will examine the interplay between health and human rights, at a time when government attention to global health has never been more urgent. The course will equip students with a basic understanding of international human right law as it pertains to health, while considering the salience of global health governance. It will compare legal and policy responses to concerns that lie at the intersection of health and human rights—including HIV/AIDS, harm reduction, migration, sexual and reproductive health, and climate change.
|M 4:00-5:50 PM||Klein 6A|
For Fall 2021, students will register for this course using CRN 25060 (Int'l Health Law, Course 0997, Sect 021)