Mr Gorik Ooms
Gorik Ooms is a human rights lawyer and a global health scholar, Professor of Global Health Law & Governance at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Adjunct Professor at the Law Faculty of Georgetown University, and Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences of Ghent University. Between 1990 and 2008, he worked with Médecins Sans Frontières Belgium in different positions, and as Executive Director from August 2004 until June 2008. He is one of the co-chairs of the Lancet Commission on a synergistic approach to universal health coverage, health security, and health promotion.
Publications of Gorik2021 Decolonizing health governance : a Uganda case study on the influence of political history on community participation
2019 The right to health : from citizen's right to human right (and back)
Ines Keygnaert2019 UHC2030's contributions to global health governance that advance the right to health care : a preliminary assessment
2017 Global health governance in the sustainable development goals : is it grounded in the right to health?
2017 Synergies and tensions between universal health coverage and global health security : why we need a second ‘Maximizing Positive Synergies’ initiative
2016 From almost empty to half full? : a response to recent commentaries
2016 Global constitutionalism, applied to global health governance : uncovering legitimacy deficits and suggesting remedies
2016 Of politicians and technocrats, and why global health scholars are inevitably a bit of both : a response to recent commentaries
2016 Towards a global social support system : a response to the recent commentaries
2016 What do core obligations under the right to health bring to universal health coverage?
2015 'Everywhere but not specifically somewhere' : a qualitative study on why the right to health is not explicit in the post-2015 negotiations
2015 A global social support system : what the international community could learn from the United States' National Basketball Association's scheme for redistribution of new talent
2015 Cautionary notes on a global tiered pricing framework for medicines
2015 From conceptual pluralism to practical agreement on policy : global responsibility for global health
2015 Global social protection in health
2015 Navigating between stealth advocacy and unconscious dogmatism : the challenge of researching the norms, politics and power of global health
2014 Sexual and reproductive health of migrants: does the EU care?
Ines Keygnaert2014 Beyond health aid : would an international equalization scheme for universal health coverage serve the international collective interest?
2014 Could international compulsory licensing reconcile tiered pricing of pharmaceuticals with the right to health?
2014 From international health to global health : how to foster a better dialogue between empirical and normative disciplines