Gender, Sexuality, Power, and Inequity in Global Health-SPH GH 735

Gender, Sexuality, Power, and Inequity in Global Health

Dates: All year

By: Boston University

Location: Boston

Credits: 2

This course explores the socio-cultural, economic and political contexts in which people live their lives and how these, and local and large-scale forces of structural violence (inequity, marginalization and gender discrimination) impact health and development. Course readings and discussions examine how these forces constitute immediate and fundamental risk factors and must therefore be considered and addressed as part of any effort to improve public health. Course format: seminar with topics introduced by professor and guest lecturers.

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