Past

  • Global Health Law Clinic Report Launch

    Location: 

    Fauteux Hall, Room 202
    Apr 11, 3:00pm to 5:00pm

    Please join us in celebrating the launch of our Global Health Law Clinic Reports. The Clinic is a year long initiative whereby students are paired with international agencies, national governments and civil society organizations to tackle real-world global health challenges. This year, our students worked with the Canadian Red Cross, World Health Organization, Norwegian Institute of Public Health and the Office of the International Affair's Health Portfolio.

  • Lawyering in Humanitarian Crises

    Location: 

    359 Fauteux Hall, University of Ottawa
    Mar 21, 11:30am to 1:00pm

    On Monday, March 21st, GSL will host a talk by Red Cross Lawyer Amy Avis on lawyering in humanitarian crises. Amy will speak about her experience in providing commercial legal advice in difficult contexts such as disasters and humanitarian crises. She will discuss the tension between legal compliance and the urgent humanitarian imperatives to provide aid in an emergency response, as well as how organisations assess and mitigate risk in inherently risky operations such as epidemics and conflict zones.

  • Global Health / Global Justice 2015 Conference

    Registration Closed May 07 (All day) to May 08 (All day)

    Location: 

    Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada

    Registration: 

    Global Health / Global Justice 2015 Conference
    Making New Medicines Accessible to All

    Thursday May 7, 2015, 9 am–7 pm
    RCC204, Eaton Lecture Theatre, Rogers Communication Centre, Ryerson University

    Friday May 8, 2015, 9 am–7 pm
    Cara Commons, Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University

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  • Prince Mahidol Award Conference 2015

    Location: 

    Bangkok, Thailand
    Jan 26 (All day) to Jan 31 (All day)

    Steven Hoffman (GSL Director) will be giving three presentations:

      1. Systematic Review and Quasi-Experimental Evaluation of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control's Impact on Tobacco Consumption in 194 Countries
      2. Political Analysis of Global Health Policymaking: A Meta-Framework and Five Case Studies of Agenda-Setting, Political Prioritization and Decision-Making (on behalf of co-authors Mohsin Ali and Sarah Rostom)
      3. Antimicrobial Resistance: Achieving Global Collective Action
  • Canadian Conference on Global Health

    Location: 

    Westin Hotel, Ottawa, Canada
    Nov 02 (All day) to Nov 04 (All day)

    Steven Hoffman (GSL Director) will be giving a keynote address at the Canadian Conference on Global Health during a panel moderated by Julia Belluz (GSL Journalism Fellow).

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