Laura Norato, an associate at the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, released a blog named "The Female Face of the Pandemic: A Call for Egalitarian Care Systems" conveying the urgent need to protect female caregivers in the era of COVID-19.
Prof. Lawrence Gostin co-published a paper named "Has Global Health Law Risen to Meet the COVID-19 Challenge? Revisiting the International Health Regulations to Prepare for Future Threats" in the Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics.
Georgetown faculty from across the university reflect on the sometimes unexpected ways the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted and influenced their work.
This article was published in the Health Affairs Blog by scholars in Georgetown's U.S.-China Initiative Research Group on Global Health and Migration as part of their collaborative research.
GU's Drew Aiken and Eric Friedman on why a lack of response to TB based in human rights, including moving rapidly to community-based care and improving the conditions in prisons, will cause progress to remain fatally slow.