Health and Human Rights Law Project

The Health and Human Rights Law Project at UCLA School of Law seeks to improve global health by using a framework grounded in international human rights law. Through multi-disciplinary research, training and mentorship, the project aims to examine the relationship between health and human rights and to foster the next generation of leaders working in this area. With an emphasis on issues pertaining to sexuality, gender and HIV/AIDS, the project focuses on health issues around which rights-claiming has particular salience. Lara Stemple directs the Project. Tiffany Parnell provides administrative coordination, and fellows and UCLA Law students participate in its undertakings.

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