Skip to main navigationSkip to main content
The University of Southampton
Health Ethics and Law (HEAL)

Policy and engagement

Members of HEAL are well-known and respected for their valuable contributions to public debate on a range of subjects at the intersection of health, ethics and the law. They often do so in collaboration with partners and colleagues in the field of healthcare, public health and global health.

Dr Melinee Kazarian, Lecturer in Law and member of the Centre for Health, Ethics and Law (HEAL), provided advice to the Infected Blood Inquiry as part of the ‘Medical Ethics’ expert group in 2019.

Dr Remi Nwuabueze is also a member of the African Code Review Group of the International Code of Ethics for Occupational Health Professionals; as well as a member of the Expert Review Group appointed by the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children. Remi has been interviewed by a Florida newspaper regarding the legal ethics of a recent case in which a police officer had used to finger of a deceased man's finger to access his phone.

Dr Claire Lougarre is a member of the (UK Prevention Research Partnership) Expert Review Group. Claire has provided consultancy services to the Council of Europe (on NGOs' engagement with the European Committee of Social Rights). She has also submitted evidence to Parliament on UK's human rights obligations to reform abortion law in Northern Ireland; and on UK's human rights obligations to realise the right to health in its response to COVID-19.

Privacy Settings