Key Populations Programs
The Key Populations Program uses epidemiologic tools to characterize the health needs and human rights contexts of men who have sex with men, transgender people, sex workers, and people who use drugs.
Women's Health Rights
Our programs address gender-based violence and other gender disparities in general populations of women and girls, and high risk groups of adolescents, women who trade sex, and those in post-conflict and under-served settings.
Conflict and Health
We seek to end attacks on health services, preserve and reconstruct health systems affected by conflict, and address ethical and human rights issues at the intersection of health and national security.
The Program on Migrant Health and Human Rights brings together experts in public health methods, health services research, health policy, advocacy, and clinical care to advance research and advocacy through the lens of human rights, and to develop pragmatic solutions that can make a difference.