New course ‘International Health Law’ at University of Groningen

New course ‘International Health Law’ as part of LLM International Human Rights Law at University of Groningen
This academic year for the first time the course ‘International Health Law’ will be taught as part of the overall LLM in International Human Rights Law of the University of Groningen. This exciting new course deals with a wide range of health-related concerns, including the global rise in non-communicable diseases, health security threats including the recent ebola crisis, reproductive health, and access to healthcare services for vulnerable groups. Course lecturers include Brigit Toebes, David Patterson (IDLO), Aart Hendriks (Leiden University) and PhD researchers from the University of Groningen. The course will be taught during November and December 2015. For more information please visit
http://www.rug.nl/rechten/education/international-programmes/llm/international-health-law and go to GHLG’s webpage at http://www.rug.nl/research/groningen-centre-for-law-and-governance/onderzoekscentra/ghlg/teaching .
For more information about the LLM International Human Rights Law please visit http://www.rug.nl/rechten/education/international-programmes/llm/ihrl/

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