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Intensive Course in Health & Human RightsThe FXB Center for Health and Human Rights, in conjunction with the Department of Executive and Continuing Professional Education, is hosting a four-day intensive course at the Harvard School of Public Health on June 10-13, 2013. The course is designed to equip mid-career professionals with the skills to integrate the concepts of health and human rights into their professional activities. Please visit the ECPE website for further information and to register.
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The Cost of Inaction Featured in The Harvard School of Public Health News
November 1, 2012 – The Harvard School of Public Health has featured The Cost of Inaction in their school-wide newsletter. In The Cost of Not Helping the World’s Most Vulnerable Children, Amy Gutman writes: “What distinguishes COI from a traditional cost-benefit analysis is that it enumerates and quantifies the full social and economic costs of failure to perform a specific action.”