Civilians suffer much morbidity and mortality during war. War destroys health-supporting civilian infrastructure and forcibly displaces populations. War violates human rights in many ways, from physical and sexual violence against women to attacks on healthcare. War contaminates the environment. And war leads to more violence. The four speakers in this webinar will review the impacts of war on health and human rights and how universities can address these adverse outcomes.

Speakers

Barry S. Levy, MD, MPH
Adjunct Professor of Public Health
Tufts University School of Medicine

Jennifer Leaning, MD, SMH
Senior Fellow & Former Director
FXB Center for Health & Human Rights
Harvard University

Leonard Rubenstein JD
Professor of the Practice
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Health

Amy Hagopian, PhD, MHA
Professor, Global Health &
Director, Community Oriented Public Health Practice
University of Washington