Short course that trains on the essential knowledge and competences needed to interact in the global health scenario, both at the project and program level and in the governance and political arenas
- 18-30 January 2019
- 640 € + University taxes
- Full Time
- 9:00 – 13:30h
- 4 ECTS
Learn how international relations, politics, and law impact global health decision-making and outcomes.
This 30-hours course provides the tools to understand the ever-changing international context and its impact in the health cooperation agenda of multiple stakeholders.
Joan Tallada, Senior Advisor, ISGlobal.
Pablo Pareja, Professor at the Department of Law, UPF.
- Class participation
- Exercises based on readings
Candidates must show interest in global health as well as in global health related politics and governance.
- Globalization, cooperation and conflict in the contemporary international society
- Security and global health in the contemporary international society
- Introduction to the global health law
- Global health international institutions
- Public and private global health actors
- The right to health in the human rights system
- Global health and international trade
- Drug patents and access to health
- Health diplomacy and politics
- International cooperation for health
- Trends and challenges of the international cooperation
- Financing international aid for health