The New Political Economy of HIV/AIDS and TB. Examples from the Ukraine and South Africa
CEU’s Public Health Research Group cordially invites you to a presentation by
Open Society Institute Fellow
The New Political Economy of HIV/AIDS and TB
Examples from the Ukraine and South Africa
Gregg Gonsalves is an Open Society Fellow who has been a leading HIV and AIDS activist for more than two decades. He is also the co‑director of the Yale Law School/Yale School of Public Health Partnership on Health, Rights and Justice. He is a graduate of Yale College and currently studying for a PhD in Epidemiology and Public Health at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at the university.
As an Open Society Fellow, Mr. Gonsalves is examining how the response to HIV became a catalyst for broader political change, including improvement in other areas of health and development, education and human rights. Mr. Gonsalves has had extensive experience as a healthcare advocate at both the national and global levels. In 2003, Mr. Gonsalves founded the International Preparedness Coalition which today has over 1,000 members in 125 countries advocating for access to AIDS and TB treatment globally.