Pogge Presents Report on Illicit Financial Flows and Poverty at IBA Conference
Global Justice Program Director Thomas Pogge and other members of the International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI) Task Force on Illicit Financial Flows, Poverty and Human Rights presented a report on the links between tax abuse and human rights at the International Bar
German Social Democrats endorse Health Impact Fund
The German Social Democrat Party has confirmed their support for the Health Impact Fund, as part of their strategy for global cooperation and development. One of the goals of their development platform is to ensure universal access to healthcare, starting with improving access to medical drugs and
Pogge and the Health Impact Fund featured in Just Health
The Geman news portal, Gerechte Gesundheit or Just Health, featured the Health Impact Fund in its August 15 newsletter. Lead by a distinguished group of academics and clinicians, Just Health reports on the distributional politics of healthcare around the world.
Titled “The Health of Others”, the
GJP conference on rights and justice in the post-MDG agenda set for October 18-20
Registration has opened for the fifth annual conference at Yale hosted by the Global Justice Program and Global Financial Integrity. The conference will focus on illicit financial flows, the Millennium Development Goals replacement process, and impact efforts by leading poverty research centers.
Pogge's proposal for MDG successors featured in Guardian
Global Justice Program Director Thomas Pogge has an original prescription for the post-MDG agenda, according to The Guardian.
Pogge argues that the post-2015 global development framework must be fundamentally different than the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) it is replacing. According to Mark
Scholars and policy makers examine poverty’s “structural roots” at Yale conference
The Structural Roots of Poverty: Theory Meets Practice, the fourth annual conference co-hosted by the Global Justice Program and Global Financial Integrity, took place February 14-16, 2013 in Yale’s Connecticut Hall.
The conference commenced on the morning of Thursday, February 14, with opening
Postdoctoral Fellowship Available at GJP
The Global Justice Program at Yale University invites applications for a postdoctoral fellow position to strengthen the Program’s intellectual work on global justice, world poverty, human rights, and global health. The successful candidate will develop his/her research project and teach one course