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About JALI

The Joint Action and Learning Initiative on National and Global Responsibilities for Health (JALI) seeks to achieve a global health treaty -- a Framework Convention on Global Health (FCGH) -- that would be based in the human right to health and designed to meet the needs of the world's least healthy people and close unconscionable health gaps between the global rich and poor. Achieving a Framework Convention on Global Health will need the support of health and justice social movements around the world, even as the FCGH could greatly advance their efforts to secure the human right to health.

 

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Research Questions

At the core of JALI research agenda is answering the following four questions:

  1. What are the services and goods guaranteed to every human being under the human right to health?
  2. What are the responsibilities of all states for the health of their own populations?
  3. What is the responsibility of all countries to ensure the health of the world’s population?
  4. What kind of global health governance is needed to ensure that all states live up to their mutual responsibilities?
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