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The Consortium for Health and Human Rights

The Consortium for Health and Human Rights is comprised of four nongovernmental health and human rights organizations who

joined together in 1997 to promote the link between health and human rights internationally by by providing education, research, and

advocacy for professionals working in health and human rights, students, educators, and the general public.

As one of its first priorities in 1998, the Consortium is working to promote observance and activism around the 50th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in schools of medicine, public health, and nursing throughout the United States.