Alicia Ely Yamin

Alicia Ely Yamin est conseillère principale sur les droits humains de l’ONG Partners in Health, et senior fellow au Centre Petrie-Flom pour le droit de la santé, la biotechnologie et la bioéthique de la faculté de droit de Harvard.


Alicia Ely Yamin este consilier principal în drepturile omului în organizația “Partners in Health”, și consilier principal în cadrul Centrului “Petrie-Flom” pentru Politica Legii în Domeniul Sănătății, Biotehnologie si Bioetică de la Facultatea de Drept a Universității Harvard.

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Lessons from the pandemic: Building a movement for global public investment

By: Alicia Ely Yamin & Joel Curtain

There is a window of opportunity to move toward a model of financing based on Global Public Investment (GPI) to advance health and other social rights.

Against nihilism: transformative human rights praxis for the future of global health

By: Alicia Ely Yamin & Paul Farmer

If we recognize that global health has colonial origins, we must also acknowledge that it remains deeply embedded in, and shaped by, interlocking systems of power.

Post-pandemic collective action for health rights and social justice is essential

By: Alicia Ely Yamin
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The pandemic shows the need for post-crisis collective action, and rising to the task will be essential if we are to realize a new global economic order—with human ...


Putting human rights at the centre of struggles for health and social equality

By: Alicia Ely Yamin

We’ve made progress on economic and social rights, but the human rights community needs new, much more collaborative strategies to challenge the inequalities underlying ...


Silencing the drama - Do the SDG indicators expose the injustices that limit women’s sexual and reproductive lives?

By: Alicia Ely Yamin

The SDGs are a step forward for women’s equality and sexual and reproductive rights, but the indicators used to measure progress may prove problematic for rights ...


The right to design babies? Human rights and bioethics

By: Roberto Andorno & Alicia Ely Yamin

New developments in gene modifications make it more urgent than ever to raise societal awareness, and adopt appropriate measures to enforce existing international ...


Caliban Unleashed: What role for strategic litigation in an illiberal era?

By: Alicia Ely Yamin

There are inherent limitations in litigating health rights, but it has led to important victories, and must remain a key strategy as populism surges.

“Speaking truth to power:” a call for praxis in human rights

By: Alicia Ely Yamin

Human rights require struggles over power and systems of thought—not just fights against individual violators and institutional inequities.

Ebola, human rights, and poverty – making the links

By: Alicia Ely Yamin

The Ebola crisis shows the necessity of a human rights approach to public health that focuses on discrimination and accountability, and the crisis itself has been ...


Human rights and social justice: the in(di)visible link

By: Ignacio Saiz & Alicia Ely Yamin

The distinction that Aryeh Neier draws between human rights and social justice is premised on a limited notion of what constitutes “power”, argue Ignacio Saiz and ...




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