Global Health Norm Setting Roundtable Series

Global health governance in the 21st century has been characterized by the rise of new actors, new problems, and new processes. While a lot of attention has been given to the negotiation of rules and norms to address health challenges at the global level, we still do not know much about how international health norms and rules are set at the regional level.This roundtable series will focuses on how global health rules, norms, and standards are established and how they should be developed in the future.

This roundtable series is sponsored by the International Institutions and Global Governance Program and made possible by the generous support of the Robina Foundation.

Meetings

Roundtable Meeting

Reflections on the 2003 Decision on TRIPS and Public Health

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Roundtable Meeting

Reflections on the FCTC Negotiations: Lessons for Future Global Health Governance

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Roundtable Meeting

Establishing Health Norms at the Regional Level: The Cases of Africa and Southeast Asia

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Strengthening the Biological Weapons Convention: Process, Progress, and Prospects

This meeting is not for attribution.

Global Health Norm Setting Roundtable Series Fellows