Editorial Board and Terms of Reference

Executive Editorial Committee

Tlaleng Mofokeng, current Special Rapporteur on the Right to Health, South Africa
Sharifah Sekalala, University of Warwick, UK
Anand Grover, Lawyer and Special Rapporteur on the right to health 2008-2014, India
Varun Gauri, Global Economy and Development program, Brookings, USA

Editorial Board

Philip Alston, New York University
Jacqueline Bhabha, Harvard FXB Center for Health and Human Rights
Agnès Binagwaho, University of Global Health Equity, Rwanda
Oscar Cabrera, O’Neil Institute for National and Global Health Law, Georgetown University
Audrey Chapman, University of Connecticut 
Brian E. Concannon Jr., Institute for Justice and Democracy, Haiti
Martha Davis, Northeastern University
Sheila Davis, Partners in Health
Lawrence Gostin, Georgetown University
Sofia Gruskin, Institute on Inequalities in Global Health, University of Southern California
Aart Hendriks, Leiden University
Howard Hu, University of Southern California
Paul Hunt, University of Essex
Stephen P. Marks, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Chidi Odinkalu, Tufts University
Jacqueline Pitanguy, Director of CEPIA
Thomas Pogge, Yale University
Haun Saussy, University of Chicago
Margaret A. Somerville, University of Notre Dame, Australia
Eric Stover, Human Rights Center, Berkeley Law
Gavin Yamey, Duke Global Health Institute
Alicia Ely Yamin, Harvard University

Founding Editor
Jonathan Mann, 1994–1996

Former Editors

Sofia Gruskin, 1997-2007
Paul Farmer, 2008-2022

Published by
FXB Center for Health and Human Rights, Harvard Chan School of Public Health
Dornsife School of Public Health, Drexel University

Editorial Board Terms of Reference

Editorial Board

The members of the Editorial Board advise the Executive Editor and editorial staff on all matters relating to the journal’s success and are encouraged to contribute substantively to Health and Human Rights work. Specifically, it is hoped that members of the Editorial Board will support Health and Human Rights in the following ways:

  1. By participating in periodic consultations, formal and informal, which the Executive Editor and editorial staff will undertake to assess the journal’s progress and plan for its future
  2. By disseminating information about Health and Human Rights and raising the journal’s profile among the institutions and constituencies in which Board members are active
  3. By assisting the editors in identifying qualified colleagues to peer-review submitted articles and/or contribute to the journal’s work in other ways
  4. By themselves supplying peer reviews of articles submitted to Health and Human Rights when invited to do so by the editorial staff, with the understanding that the editors will limit such demands on Editorial Board members’ time; Board members will not be asked to review more than one manuscript per year
  5. By contributing original scholarly work to Health and Human Rights.