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Dr. Dabney P. Evans reflects on the Women’s March

Photo credit:  Dabney Evans WABE-FM | Closer Look: Women’s March on Washington; January 23, 2017 Dabney Evans, assistant professor of global health at the Rollins School of Public Health and director of the Institute of Human Rights at Emory University, … Continue reading

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Why women are marching on Washington

The Hill | Why women are marching on Washington January 21, 2017 Dabney P. Evans, an assistant professor and director of the Institute of Human Rights at Emory University, provides insight on the purpose of the Women’s March on Washington.

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“Doctors are dying in Syria” named one of The Hill’s top stories of 2016

The Hill | 4 big international stories of 2016 December 29, 2016 Emory University professor Dabney P. Evans, together with Lara S. Martin of Emory’s Center for Humanitarian Emergencies (of which Evans is director), wrote “Doctors are dying in Syria,” … Continue reading

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Impact of the Recent Elections on Public Health

Dabney P. Evans appears on a panel discussing the impact of the recent elections on public health.

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Emory assistant professor tells of 2006 meeting with Fidel Castro

Atlanta Journal Constitution |  Emory assistant professor tells of meeting with Fidel Castro November 26, 2016 Dabney P. Evans, an assistant professor at Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health, recounts a 2006 meeting with Fidel Castro as part of … Continue reading

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What President Trump means to the future of human rights

The Hill | What President Trump means to the future of human rights November 10, 2016 Dabney P. Evans, an assistant professor and director of the Institute of Human Rights at Emory University, provides commentary on the future of human rights in … Continue reading

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Zika: Why Brazil, Why Now

Many parts of Brazil also feature a very warm climate, crowded living conditions and poor sanitation — all conditions under which the Aedes mosquito thrives, Evans said. “You can imagine the water and sanitation systems in the underdeveloped regions of … Continue reading

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