The Global Health Justice Partnership (GHJP) is a program hosted jointly by Yale Law School (YLS) and Yale School of Public Health (YSPH) that tackles contemporary problems at the interface of global health, human rights, and social justice. The GHJP is pioneering an innovative, interdisciplinary field of scholarship, teaching, and practice, bringing together diverse thought leaders to collaborate on research, policy projects, and academic exchanges.

Publications

(September 2018 | Report)
A Rights-Based Analysis of Local “Prostitution Diversion Programs” and their Impacts on People in the Sex Sector in the United States
Global Health Justice Partnership, Sex Workers Project of the Urban Justice Center
(September 2018 | Report)
Rhetoric and Reality in New York City’s Human Trafficking Intervention Courts
Global Health Justice Partnership, Sex Workers Project of the Urban Justice Center

Tweets

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Nov 9

Check out this article with @gregggonsalves
How increasing the number of toilets can reduce violence against women https://t.co/MiU2OwKbwa via @telegraphnews

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Nov 8

Radical Deprivation on Trial: The Impact of Judicial Activism on Socioeconomic Rights in the Global South with Diana Rodríguez Franco, MA, JD, #yalelaw #Bogota
Wed. Nov. 14th 12 - 1:15 PM YLS, Rm 128

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