Global Health Governance

Global health governance has become a basis to realize a more just world through public health. Reflecting the institutions that structure global determinants of public health, global governance for health encompasses the range of intergovernmental organizations, funding agencies and international bureaucracies that underlie public health in a globalizing world.
PublicationsPresentationsPublic Engagement
Unite for Sight Global Health/Innovate, New Haven, Connecticut
Apr 2010
Rights-Based Approaches to Global Health Policy: The World Health Organization and an Evolving Human Right to Health
American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Nov 2009
International Obligations through Collective Rights: Moving from Foreign Health Assistance to Global Health Governance
International Conference on Realising the Rights to Health and Development for All, Ha Noi, Viet Nam
Oct 2009
Human Rights for Global Health Governance: The World Health Organization, the Human Right to Health, and the Failure to Achieve Health for All
International Congress on Law and Mental Health, New York University, New York, New York
Jun 2009
Global Health Governance & the Right to Health
Tobacco and Human Rights Roundtable, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Apr 2007
Human Rights in Global Tobacco Control: A Rights-Based Approach to the FCTC and Its Protocols