Upcoming Seminar-Public Health and Human Rights-Current Challenges and Possible Solutions

by | Apr 21, 2016

Admissions to the Seminar “Public Health and Human Rights – Current Challenges and Possible Solutions (19 May 2016), organised by the European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation (EIUC) are open until 5 May 2016.

The issue of global health governance deals with the question how to regulate efficiently a panoply of actors in global health, such as international organisations, States, NGOs (including philanthropic foundations), private-public partnerships, pharmaceutical companies, individuals and others. Recently, a concept of global health law has been developed for the improvement of health worldwide (L. Gostin), which comprises legal instruments developed by the WHO and other organisations, human rights documents that protect the right to health and standards that deal with social justice and the prohibition of discrimination.

Key-Note Lecturer is Stefano Semplici is Professor of Social Ethics at «Tor Vergata» University. He is the former Chairperson of the International Bioethics Committee of Unesco (since 2008) and Chairperson of the Bioethical Committee of the Italian Society for Pediatrics. He is the Scientific Director of the University College “Lamaro-Pozzani”.

Other lecturers: Prof. Brigit Toebes (Groningen), Prof. Vesna Švab (Ljubljana), Dr. Gorik Ooms (Protection International), Dr. Sondus Hassounah (Imperial College), Dr.Chamundeeswari Kuppuswamy (Hertfordshire), Prof. Stefania Negri (Salerno), Prof. Stéphanie Dagron (Geneva), Rossella Miccio (EMERGENCY), Prof. Sarah Hawkes (University College London).

Interested candidates should register by compiling the online application form.

For any query about the seminar please contact us at training.publichealth@eiuc.org.

Target: the seminar is open to all the people with a strong interest in the study of the link between Human Rights and Public Health. It is especially conceived for professionals who work in fields where this link is particularly strong: employees of national Health Ministries in the European Union and beyond, representatives of Pharmaceutical Companies, functionaries and officials of International Organizations and members of NGOs working in the public health sector. It is also addressed to professional doctors having an interest in the Human Rights policies about public health and to scholars with a background in public health, philosophy and ethics, medical law and social sciences.

Eligibility: lectures are conceived for participants with a general interest in Human Rights and some basic knowledge in Public Health.

Seminar Language: all lectures will be held in English.

Enrolment fee for the seminar amounts to € 260,00 with no accommodation, or € 360,00 with accommodation for 1night (night 18 May – departures 19 May 2016). If you choose the option with no accommodation, the enrolment fee will include: tuition fee and lunch on seminar day. If you choose the option with accommodation, the enrolment fee will include: tuition fee, lunch on seminar day and accommodation in a single room in a hotel on the Lido for 1 night.

Interested candidates should register by compiling the online application form.

 

For any query about the seminar please contact us at training.publichealth@eiuc.org

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