March 22, 2012
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
$35 for CLE; free for guests not earning CLE
Cheri Harthaus at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-523-2610
East Hall Room 106
Hamline's Health Law Institute
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The Hamline University Health Law Institute is pleased to present its National Speaker Series featuring Lawrence O. Gostin, Linda D. and Timothy J. O’Neill Professor of Global Health Law & Georgetown Law Faculty Director, Center for Law and the Public’s Health in, "Global Health Justice: Towards a Framework Convention on Global Health."
The international community is deeply resistant to taking bold remedial action to reduce unconscionable inequalities in health between the rich and poor -- more concerned with their geostrategic interests than the health of the poor. The scale of foreign aid is both insufficient and unsustainable and fails to address the key determinants of health. As a result, the world’s distribution of the “good” of human health remains fundamentally unfair, causing enormous physical and mental suffering by those who experience the compounding disadvantages of poverty and ill health. This lecture proposes a bold global governance strategy to make dramatic improvements in human health— a Framework Convention on Global Health.
Presentation: 5 p.m. at Hamline University School of Law, East Hall 106
Reception: 6 p.m. Hamline University School of Law Atrium
Registration fee for CLE is $35 (free for guests not earning CLE)
Free for Hamline alumni.
Approved for one CLE credit.
Guests can choose to attend in-person or online via a live webcast.
Please RSVP to Cheri Harthaus at 651-523-2610.