GSL scholar Thana de Campos presents at the University of Toronto’s Health Law, Ethics & Policy Seminar Series

January 19, 2017
GSL scholar Thana de Campos presents at the University of Toronto’s Health Law, Ethics & Policy Seminar Series

The University of Toronto’s Health Law, Ethics & Policy Seminar Series featured GSL scholar Thana de Campos on January 19th, discussing her upcoming book, “The Global Health Crisis: Ethical Responsibilities.” Campos’ book "aims to provide a framework for analyzing the ethical responsibilities of global stakeholders in what I call the Global Health Crisis, with special attention devoted to the ethical responsibilities of pharmaceutical companies.” In order to investigate the allocation of responsibilities, the book first analyses the object of such allocation (Part A); then it discusses the subjects responsible for addressing this crisis (Part B); and finally, it analyses existing institutional alternatives to reform the international legal rules addressing the Global Health Crisis, namely the TRIPs regime (Part C). Campos' book is set to be published by Cambridge University Press in March 2017.