Why wealthy countries like Canada must do more to help poorer ones get across the finish line.
Roojin Habibi / @roojinh
International lawyer and Canadian International Council fellow
Roojin Habibi is a researcher, international consultant and lawyer specialized in global health law, governance and justice. She is a fellow of the Canadian International Council, a research fellow of the Global Strategy Lab (York University) and is pursuing doctoral studies at Osgoode Hall Law School. Bridging international law, human rights and global health, her interdisciplinary research is regularly featured in peer-reviewed medical and public health journals, scholarly legal and health policy periodicals and edited volumes. Roojin actively teaches and provides mentorship to students who are passionate about bettering global health through rights-based approaches. She is a member in good standing with the Law Society of Ontario, and holds a J.D. (University of Ottawa), a specialization in transnational law (University of Geneva) and an M.Sc. in Global Health (McMaster University).