This post was written by Lawrence O. Gostin, University Professor at Georgetown University and O’Neill Institute Faculty Director and Anna Roberts, O’Neill Institute Law Fellow. It was originally published in the Health Affairs Blog on September 29, 2015, and the excerpt is posted here with permission of the authors. The views presented here are their […]
A few weeks back, we welcomed our new class of students in our Global Health Law LL.M. Program. As the Director of the program, I could not be more enthusiastic about what this group of students will offer their communities and the world once they leave the program. As their advisor, I have the pleasure of getting to know […]
Posted in Global Health, Global Health Law LL.M., Human Rights ; Tagged: abortion, Colombia, global health equity, Global Health Law LL.M., Health Affairs, health equity, reproductive health, Reproductive Rights, women's health, Women's rights.
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