Alice M. Miller, J.D. is the co-Director of the Global Health Justice Partnership of the Yale Law and Public Health Schools, where she teaches. Her scholarship and advocacy focus on the intersections of gender, sexuality, health and human rights in both US and global contexts with specific attention to criminal law as a key structural determinant of health and social inequalities.Espanol |
Advancing sexual and reproductive rights in “scofflaw” countries
Using human rights covertly can identify harms otherwise difficult to attribute to root causes—especially in “scofflaw” countries.