Voices in the Field
Voices in the Field is a multimedia interview series brought to you by GHLG and the International Federation of Human Rights Organisations (IFHHRO). The project shares the timeless stories of experienced professionals in the field of health and highlights the role of human rights in their positions. Voices in the Field aims to capture the accounts of individuals from diverse backgrounds, including professors, doctors, nurses, researchers and policymakers. The knowledge they have accumulated over the course of their careers can be used to better our understanding of the many ways health practices can interact (and at times be found to conflict) with human rights.
Voices in the Field publications can be found here .
Meet the co-directors
Jacquelyn is a Canadian International and European Law student at the University of Groningen with a passion for health and human rights issues, with a particular interest in access to medicines. Jacquelyn currently works as a research assistant for GHLG’s Ellen ‘t Hoen, is the Communications Coordinator for the International Federation of Health and Human Rights Organisations, and assists with the GHLG blog and social media. She has also assisted GHLG’s Lucia Berro Pizzarossa on her research regarding gender stereotypes and the law.
Nicole is a Chinese-Indonesian student of the LLB International and European Law programme and hopes to specialise in health law in the future. Her academic interests lie in the EU-ASEAN dialogue, particularly within the fields of human rights and health law. Alongside her contribution in Voices in the Field, Nicole is also a student assistant for the RUG Summer School Law and Lifestyle organised by Prof. Brigit Toebes and Dr. Marie Elske Gispen.
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