Six Reasons Why the US Should Ratify the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW)
Why CEDAW? Why now? Suggestions that the US is a leader in human rights is questionable when the country is not a party to the main human rights treaties, including CEDAW.
Between World AIDS Day (December 1) and International Human Rights Day (December 10), PHR is launching the 10,000 in 10 Campaign.
With the holiday season approaching, we have a tremendous opportunity to raise additional funds for Physicians for Human Rights--but it requires your help in the form of a few mouse clicks.
With an innovative approach and new format to this year's annual PHR National Conference, you may have a few questions about what to expect and how to attend. Below, we've answered some "Frequently Asked Questions" about this year's conference, Health and Human Rights Education in 2010, being held on February 20 at Boston University School of Medicine (Boston, MA).
Robert S. Lawrence, MD, a founding member of PHR and the Chair of PHR's Board of Directors, has been awarded the Sedgwick Memorial Medal at the 137th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association (APHA). The medal, considered the APHA's most prestigious award, was presented at a ceremony in Philadelphia on November 10, 2009.