Category: Human Rights

Reflections on the 70th Anniversary of the Nuremberg Doctors’ Trial

GLP founders George Annas and Michael Grodin, along with Sondra Crosby and Gilbert Benavidez, were tasked with writing a series of articles pertaining to the 70th anniversary of the Nuremberg Doctor’s trial for the American Journal of Public Health. In an AJPH editorial, Annas and Grodin write: “The authors of the series of articles in ...

‘Home’ and Human Rights

Public Health Post Fellow and researcher in the Center for Health Law, Ethics and Human Rights, Gilbert Benavidez recently published a telling article regarding the growing refugee crisis. Check it out here

Legacies of the Nuremberg Doctors

GLP’s Dr. Michael Grodin, along side several other organizations, will be putting on the following event. It will be a fantastic historically-oriented foray into ethics and human rights.

Copley Square Demonstrations

Last Sunday, January 29th, 2017, massive demonstrations against Donald Trumps’s Muslim Ban were held in Boston’s Copley Square. Being that this was essentially the site of the Boston Marathon bombings, it was a telling symbol of the strength of the city’s character and its willingness to stand up for American values of inclusivity and equality. ...

Women’s March on Boston

On Saturday January 21st, coinciding with hundreds of marches nationwide, 175,000 citizens gathered in Boston Common for what is arguably the largest single day protest in the history of the United States. It was a breathtaking sight as seas of people flooded the streets with signs where the creativity was only matched by the significance. ...

A Culture of Health and Human Rights

In this month’s issue of Health Affairs, professors George Annas and Wendy Mariner write about A Culture of Health and Human Rights that can be viewed as a social norm that values health as the nation’s highest priority. Human rights, established in the declaration of human rights, are to be the foundation and underlying theme of ...

NYT: After Torture, Ex-Detainee Is Still Captive of ‘The Darkness’

In a recently published New York Times article, physician, GLP activist and expert on torture Sondra Crosby was asked  to discuss her experience with Mr. Suleiman Abdullah Salim, who was a victim of US torture practices. Dr. Crosby reported that Mr. Salim “…is plagued by profound distress, inability to eat and inability to sleep.” Stories ...