About the FXB Center

The pursuit of equity is central to all we do.

The François-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights was founded and endowed by Albina du Boisrouvray in 1993. Her goal was to provide protection to children by furthering the vision for health and human rights of founding director Jonathan Mann, and it received the enthusiastic collaboration of then-Dean Harvey Fineberg.

Our Mission

We use interdisciplinary approaches to promote equity and dignity for those oppressed by racism, poverty and stigma, nationally and around the world. We are proud to partner with a diverse group of scholars, educators, elected officials, government agencies, nonprofit organizations and members of the international policy community to advance health and human rights, and to show the harmful effects of violations on children.

Our Vision

We envision a world that fulfills the human rights of all people, with a special attention to children, and protects them from injustices imposed by discrimination, poverty, conflict and disaster.

Our Focus

 

Work With Us

All FXB Center staff openings are listed on the Harvard employment website: www.hr.harvard.edu/jobs
Current Harvard Chan faculty openings are listed here: https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/searches/