The Global Strategy Lab released a series of reports resulting from student collaboration with various public service organizations, focused on solving problems in the global health law field.
These three reports are the result of eight months of research by students in the Global Health Law Clinic, a two-term course that GSL ran at the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law.
The issues explored in this newly published research include:
- Exploring the potential burdens and benefits involved in the creation of an international agreement on antimicrobial resistance (report available here)
- The barriers and challenges involved in obtaining informed consent in the context of vaccination, specifically for vulnerable groups (report available here)
- Legal barriers to humanitarian intervention in the face of natural disasters (report available here)
Please find links to the GHLC reports here.