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International Organizations & Global Health Lawmaking
Professor Allyn Taylor
LL.M Course 973 (cross-listed) | 2 credit hours
This course will examine the nature and significance of treaty law in contemporary global health policy and the contribution of international organizations to the codification of global health law. The role of several international organizations, including the World Health Organization and the United Nations, in the contemporary development of global health law are considered in connection with recent examples of lawmaking with important public health and public health policy implications. Recent codification efforts to be examined include the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, the International Health Regulations, the UN International Convention Against the Reproductive Cloning of Human Beings, and the United Nations Comprehensive and Integral International Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Rights and Dignity of Persons with Disabilities.
Recommended: Global Health Law.