On April 5, the O’Neill Institute, in collaboration with Fundacion InterAmericana del Corazon Argentina (FIC Argentina) and Action on Smoking and Health (ASH), participated in a hearing before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (the Commission) on the “Right to Health and Tobacco Addiction in the Americas”. It was the first time that the Commission considered the intersection […]
Posted in Global Health, Human Rights, Non-Communicable Diseases, Tobacco ; Tagged: children, health and human rights, human rights, industry, Inter-American Commission, marginalized populations, NCDs, regulation, right to health, tobacco, tobacco control, vulnerable population, women.
Only days after the Bolivian Constitutional Court ruled that Evo Morales could run for a third consecutive term in 2014, on May 1, Morales announced USAID’s expulsion from Bolivian soil–another one of Morales’ efforts to decrease U.S. presence and influence in the country (he expelled the U.S. Ambassador and the Drug Enforcement Agency in 2008). […]
Posted in Global Health, uncategorized ; Tagged: Bolivia, contraceptives, Cuba, El Alto, family planning, health care, health care services, health equity, health system, indigenous, international aid, international assistance, latin america, marginalized communities, maternal health, maternal mortality, Mi Salud, Morales, obesity, poverty, preventative care, reproductive health, rural, sexual health, USAID, vulnerable population.
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