At the panel discussion 'Global Health Governance: the power of law' which took place on 26 March in Geneva, the Research Handbook on Global Health Law was launched. This Research Handbook provides a critical conceptualization and definition of the growing field of global health law.
The Research Handbook forms the first comprehensive study on the treatment of health issues in international legal regimes and explores the role of international law in addressing the most prominent global health challenges. It is also the first systematic overview of the role of health as a normative value in international law. In this panel discussion, four academic experts and contributors to the book presented their insights on their respective fields, their mutual interaction and reflect on the future research agenda for this complex and burgeoning field of scholarship.
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By royal decree, Associate Professor André de Hoogh has been reappointed as member of the Advisory Committee on Public International Law for another period of four years.
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