Through conventional and community lawyering strategies, students gain first-hand experience working for economic and social rights, development, and global health. Students engage in legal research and analysis, reviewing and drafting legislation and regulations, human rights documentation, and, while on-site in Ghana, facilitate grassroots education and empowerment workshops, conduct community meetings, and work with media. Join us to learn how you can work with Professor Lucie White and Ghanian organizations that focus on the human rights dimensions of Ghana’s health policies and practices.
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