Center for Public Health and Human Rights
The stresses on population health and human rights are nowhere greater than in situations of armed conflict, political violence and state fragility
Our team brings extensive applied and research experience in the ways in which women’s lives, rights, and structural and policy environments intersect to create – or undermine- health.
The Key Populations Program (KPP) focuses on using the scientific tools of public health to address the health and rights of populations in need. The KPP has active projects with key populations including sexual minorities, sex workers, and people who use drugs.
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The Center for Public Health and Human Rights (CPHHR) works to advance understanding of the critical links between health and human rights.
Since it was established in 2004, the Center has become a global leader in research, teaching and advocacy designed to help some of the world’s most disadvantaged people to assert their rights to health and to human dignity.