Sara L.M. Davis








Sara L.M. Davis, Ph.D. (also known as Meg) is an anthropologist with expertise on global health policy, human rights, and sexual and gender-based violence. She is a scholar in residence at New York University Center for Human Rights and Global Justice, and coordinator of courses on sexual violence in conflicts and emergencies at the Geneva Centre for Education and Research in Humanitarian Action (CERAH). Meg was the first senior advisor on human rights at the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria. She founded Asia Catalyst, which supports Asian community-based health rights groups, and was a researcher at Human Rights Watch. She earned her Ph.D. at University of Pennsylvania. She is the author of a book, Song and Silence: Ethnic Revival on China’s Southwest Borders (Columbia University Press 2005) and articles in the Journal of the International AIDS Society, International Journal of Human Rights, Health and Human Rights, Harm Reduction Journal, and op-eds in the Wall Street Journal and other publications.


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